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  1. http://www.vbgsn.org

    International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Digital Library (Canada)

    http://www.vbgsn.org. LES TIC POUR PREVENIR ET. LUTTER CONTRE LES VBG. GROUPE D'ETUDES ET DE RECHERCHES GENRE ET SOCIETES. Une base technique utilisant des solutions open source. Il s'agit d'une plateforme web et mobile qui permet aux parties prenantes de pouvoir remonter et partager les ...

  2. www.elearnSCI.org

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    Chhabra, H S; Harvey, Lee; Muldoon, S

    2013-01-01

    OBJECTIVE: To develop a web-based educational resource for health professionals responsible for the management of spinal cord injury (SCI). The resource:www.elearnSCI.org is comprised of seven learning modules, each subdivided into various submodules. Six of the seven modules address the educatio......OBJECTIVE: To develop a web-based educational resource for health professionals responsible for the management of spinal cord injury (SCI). The resource:www.elearnSCI.org is comprised of seven learning modules, each subdivided into various submodules. Six of the seven modules address...... the educational needs of all disciplines involved in comprehensive SCI management. The seventh module addresses prevention of SCI. Each submodule includes an overview, activities, self-assessment questions and references. DEVELOPMENT OF THE RESOURCE: Three hundred and thirty-two experts from The International...... Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) and various affiliated societies from 36 countries were involved in developing the resource through 28 subcommittees. The content of each submodule was reviewed and approved by the Education and Scientific Committees of ISCoS and finally by an Editorial Committee of 23 experts...

  3. Regional information portal - www.peipsi.org / Piret Uus

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    Uus, Piret

    2004-01-01

    Piirkondlik infoportaal - www.peipsi.org - pakub mitmekülgset teavet Peipsi Koostöö Keskuse tegevuse, projektide, teadusuuringute tulemuste, aruannete kohta, samuti on kättesaadav info Peipsi järve keskkonnaseisundist, ajaloost, kultuurist, geograafiast jne

  4. Effect of and satisfaction with www.elearnSCI.org for training of nurse students

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    Liu, N; Li, X W; Zhou, M W

    2014-01-01

    STUDY DESIGN: Interventional training session. OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect and satisfaction with didactic training using printed text of a submodule of www.elearnSCI.org for nurse students and to assess the answers of each question. SETTING: A Peking University teaching hospital. METHODS......: Twenty-eight nurse students in two groups (14 in each) were involved. Only group A received a translated print-out of the slides from the 'Nursing management' submodule in www.elearnSCI.org for 1-h self-study before the class. At the beginning of class, both groups were tested using the self assessment...... presentation are effective methods for training the content of www.elearnSCI.org to nurse students. The training satisfaction of this submodule within the www.elearnSCI.org is favorable....

  5. RSS (http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/arthropods/rss.xml

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    Arthropods (ISSN 2224-4255

    Full Text Available Arthropods ISSN 2224-4255 URL: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/arthropods/online-version.asp RSS: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/arthropods/rss.xml E-mail: arthropods@iaees.org Editor-in-Chief: WenJun Zhang Aims and Scope ARTHROPODS (ISSN 2224-4255 is an international journal devoted to the publication of articles on various aspects of arthropods, e.g., ecology, biogeography, systematics, biodiversity (species diversity, genetic diversity, et al., conservation, control, etc. The journal provides a forum for examining the importance of arthropods in biosphere (both terrestrial and marine ecosystems and human life in such fields as agriculture, forestry, fishery, environmental management and human health. The scope of Arthropods is wide and embraces all arthropods-insects, arachnids, crustaceans, centipedes, millipedes, and other arthropods. Articles/short communications on new taxa (species, genus, families, orders, etc. and new records of arthropods are particularly welcome. Authors can submit their works to the email box of this journal, arthropods@iaees.org. All manuscripts submitted to this journal must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during review period of this journal. Authors are asked to read Author Guidelines before submitting manuscripts. In addition to free submissions from authors around the world, special issues are also accepted. The organizer of a special issue can collect submissions (yielded from a research project, a research group, etc. on a specific research topic, or submissions of a scientific conference for publication of special issue.

  6. Arthropods (http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/arthropods/online-version.asp

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    Full Text Available Arthropods ISSN 2224-4255 URL: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/arthropods/online-version.asp RSS: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/arthropods/rss.xml E-mail: arthropods@iaees.org Editor-in-Chief: WenJun Zhang Aims and Scope ARTHROPODS (ISSN 2224-4255 is an international journal devoted to the publication of articles on various aspects of arthropods, e.g., ecology, biogeography, systematics, biodiversity (species diversity, genetic diversity, et al., conservation, control, etc. The journal provides a forum for examining the importance of arthropods in biosphere (both terrestrial and marine ecosystems and human life in such fields as agriculture, forestry, fishery, environmental management and human health. The scope of Arthropods is wide and embraces all arthropods-insects, arachnids, crustaceans, centipedes, millipedes, and other arthropods. Articles/short communications on new taxa (species, genus, families, orders, etc. and new records of arthropods are particularly welcome. Authors can submit their works to the email box of this journal, arthropods@iaees.org. All manuscripts submitted to this journal must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during review period of this journal. Authors are asked to read Author Guidelines before submitting manuscripts. In addition to free submissions from authors around the world, special issues are also accepted. The organizer of a special issue can collect submissions (yielded from a research project, a research group, etc. on a specific research topic, or submissions of a scientific conference for publication of special issue.

  7. All rights reserved and www.bioline.org.br/ja Estimation of exit ...

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    ADOWIE PERE

    and www.bioline.org.br/ja. Estimation of exit temperatures in the isentropic compression of real gases. 1 ..... other thermodynamic properties can be calculated within the framework of ... of negative compressibility) has no physical significance.

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    Environmental Skeptics and Critics (ISSN 2224-4263

    Full Text Available Environmental Skeptics and Critics ISSN 2224-4263 URL: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/environsc/online-version.asp RSS: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/environsc/rss.xml E-mail: environsc@iaees.org Editor-in-Chief: WenJun Zhang Aims and Scope The more truth is debated, the clearer it becomes. Science will not proceed without debate and controversy. Wide and in-depth debate and controversy on human's knowledge, attitudes, policies and practices on the environment determines the future of our planet. There are numerous controversial and potentially controversial issues on environmental sciences and practices. ENVIRONMENTAL SKEPTICS and CRITICS (ISSN 2224-4263 is an international journal devoted to the publication of skeptical and critical articles/short communications/letters on theories, viewpoints, methodologies, practices, policies, etc., in ecological and environmental areas. The journal provides a forum for questioning, disputing, arguing, challenging, criticizing and judging known theories, methdologies, practices, and policies, etc., or presenting different ideas. The scope of Environmental Skeptics and Critics is wide and embraces all controversial, non-conclusive or unexplained issues in ecological and environmental areas. Authors can submit their works to the email box of this journal, environsc@iaees.org. All manuscripts submitted to this journal must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during review period of this journal. Authors are asked to read Author Guidelines before submitting manuscripts. In addition to free submissions from authors around the world, special issues are also accepted. The organizer of a special issue can collect submissions (yielded from a research project, a research group, etc. on a specific research topic, or submissions of a scientific conference for publication of special issue.

  9. The influence of question design on the response to self-assessment in www.elearnSCI.org

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    Liu, N; Li, X-W; Zhou, M-W

    2015-01-01

    STUDY DESIGN: This is an interventional training session. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to investigate the difference in response to self-assessment questions in the original and an adjusted version for a submodule of www.elearnSCI.org for student nurses. SETTING: The study was condu......STUDY DESIGN: This is an interventional training session. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to investigate the difference in response to self-assessment questions in the original and an adjusted version for a submodule of www.elearnSCI.org for student nurses. SETTING: The study...... was conducted in a teaching hospital affiliated to Peking University, China. METHODS: In all, 28 student nurses divided into two groups (groups A and B; 14 in each) received a print-out of a Chinese translation of the slides from the 'Maintaining skin integrity following spinal cord injury' submodule in www.elearnSCI...... be avoided because it would increase the number of correct answers arrived at by guessing. When using multiple-answer MCQs, it is recommended that the questions asked should be in accordance with the content within the www.elearnSCI.org....

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    Network Biology (ISSN 2220-8879

    Full Text Available Network Biology ISSN 2220-8879 URL: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/nb/online-version.asp RSS: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/nb/rss.xml E-mail: networkbiology@iaees.org Editor-in-Chief: WenJun Zhang Aims and Scope NETWORK BIOLOGY (ISSN 2220-8879; CODEN NBEICS is an open access, peer-reviewed international journal that considers scientific articles in all different areas of network biology. It is the transactions of the International Society of Network Biology. It dedicates to the latest advances in network biology. The goal of this journal is to keep a record of the state-of-the-art research and promote the research work in these fast moving areas. The topics to be covered by Network Biology include, but are not limited to: •Theories, algorithms and programs of network analysis •Innovations and applications of biological networks •Ecological networks, food webs and natural equilibrium •Co-evolution, co-extinction, biodiversity conservation •Metabolic networks, protein-protein interaction networks, biochemical reaction networks, gene networks, transcriptional regulatory networks, cell cycle networks, phylogenetic networks, network motifs •Physiological networks •Network regulation of metabolic processes, human diseases and ecological systems •Social networks, epidemiological networks •System complexity, self-organized systems, emergence of biological systems, agent-based modeling, individual-based modeling, neural network modeling, and other network-based modeling, etc. We are also interested in short communications that clearly address a specific issue or completely present a new ecological network, food web, or metabolic or gene network, etc. Authors can submit their works to the email box of this journal, networkbiology@iaees.org. All manuscripts submitted to this journal must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during review period of this journal

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    Computational Ecology and Software (ISSN 2220-721X

    Full Text Available Computational Ecology and Software ISSN 2220-721X URL: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/ces/online-version.asp RSS: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/ces/rss.xml E-mail: ces@iaees.org Editor-in-Chief: WenJun Zhang Aims and Scope COMPUTATIONAL ECOLOGY AND SOFTWARE (ISSN 2220-721X is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that considers scientific articles in all different areas of computational ecology. It is the transactions of the International Society of Computational Ecology. The journal is concerned with the ecological researches, constructions and applications of theories and methods of computational sciences including computational mathematics, computational statistics and computer science. It features the simulation, approximation, prediction, recognition, and classification of ecological issues. Intensive computation is one of the major stresses of the journal. The journal welcomes research articles, short communications, review articles, perspectives, and book reviews. The journal also supports the activities of the International Society of Computational Ecology. The topics to be covered by CES include, but are not limited to: •Computation intensive methods, numerical and optimization methods, differential and difference equation modeling and simulation, prediction, recognition, classification, statistical computation (Bayesian computing, randomization, bootstrapping, Monte Carlo techniques, stochastic process, etc., agent-based modeling, individual-based modeling, artificial neural networks, knowledge based systems, machine learning, genetic algorithms, data exploration, network analysis and computation, databases, ecological modeling and computation using Geographical Information Systems, satellite imagery, and other computation intensive theories and methods. •Artificial ecosystems, artificial life, complexity of ecosystems and virtual reality. •The development, evaluation and validation of software and

  12. www.elearnSCI.org: a global educational initiative of ISCoS.

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    Chhabra, H S; Harvey, L A; Muldoon, S; Chaudhary, S; Arora, M; Brown, D J; Biering-Sorensen, F; Wyndaele, J J; Charlifue, S; Horsewell, J; Ducharme, S; Green, D; Simpson, D; Glinsky, J; Weerts, E; Upadhyay, N; Aito, S; Wing, P; Katoh, S; Kovindha, A; Krassioukov, A; Weeks, C; Srikumar, V; Reeves, R; Siriwardane, C; Hasnan, N; Kalke, Y B; Lanig, I

    2013-03-01

    To develop a web-based educational resource for health professionals responsible for the management of spinal cord injury (SCI). The resource:www.elearnSCI.org is comprised of seven learning modules, each subdivided into various submodules. Six of the seven modules address the educational needs of all disciplines involved in comprehensive SCI management. The seventh module addresses prevention of SCI. Each submodule includes an overview, activities, self-assessment questions and references. Three hundred and thirty-two experts from The International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) and various affiliated societies from 36 countries were involved in developing the resource through 28 subcommittees. The content of each submodule was reviewed and approved by the Education and Scientific Committees of ISCoS and finally by an Editorial Committee of 23 experts. The content of the learning modules is relevant to students and to new as well as experienced SCI healthcare professionals. The content is applicable globally, has received consumer input and is available at no cost. The material is presented on a website underpinned by a sophisticated content-management system, which allows easy maintenance and ready update of all the content. The resource conforms to key principles of e-learning, including appropriateness of curriculum, engagement of learners, innovative approaches, effective learning, ease of use, inclusion, assessment, coherence, consistency, transparency, cost effectiveness and feedback. www.elearnSCI.org provides a cost effective way of training healthcare professionals that goes beyond the textbook and traditional face-to-face teaching.

  13. Lessons from Afar: A Review of www.daisakuikeda.org, Official Website of Daisaku Ikeda

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    Arauz, Luis

    2012-01-01

    Daisaku Ikeda (1928- ) is a Buddhist leader, peace builder, school founder, and poet. His own biography and lifework provide a model for how one can transform adversity into alternative opportunities for some of the most disenfranchised students. Scrutinizing Ikeda's official website (www.daisakuikeda.org) reveals an extensive collection of his…

  14. Effect of and satisfaction with www.elearnSCI.org for training of nurse students: a submodule pilot study.

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    Liu, N; Li, X W; Zhou, M W; Krassioukov, A V; Biering-Sørensen, F

    2014-10-01

    Interventional training session. To investigate the effect and satisfaction with didactic training using printed text of a submodule of www.elearnSCI.org for nurse students and to assess the answers of each question. A Peking University teaching hospital. Twenty-eight nurse students in two groups (14 in each) were involved. Only group A received a translated print-out of the slides from the 'Nursing management' submodule in www.elearnSCI.org for 1-h self-study before the class. At the beginning of class, both groups were tested using the self assessment questions. Then, a lecture according to the content of this submodule was carried out and afterwards both groups answered the self assessment questions again. Finally, both groups filled in a training course satisfaction questionnaire. At the beginning of the class, the mean score (max 9) of the self assessment in group A was 7.1 ± 1.1, which was significantly higher than that in group B (4.9 ± 1.7, P = 0.001). After the lecture, the mean score of the self assessment in group A had insignificantly increased to 7.4 ± 1.3, whereas in group B it increased significantly to 6.9 ± 0.8 (P org to nurse students. The training satisfaction of this submodule within the www.elearnSCI.org is favorable.

  15. Network Biology (http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/nb/online-version.asp

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    Full Text Available Network Biology ISSN 2220-8879 URL: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/nb/online-version.asp RSS: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/nb/rss.xml E-mail: networkbiology@iaees.org Editor-in-Chief: WenJun Zhang Aims and Scope NETWORK BIOLOGY (ISSN 2220-8879; CODEN NBEICS is an open access, peer-reviewed international journal that considers scientific articles in all different areas of network biology. It is the transactions of the International Society of Network Biology. It dedicates to the latest advances in network biology. The goal of this journal is to keep a record of the state-of-the-art research and promote the research work in these fast moving areas. The topics to be covered by Network Biology include, but are not limited to: •Theories, algorithms and programs of network analysis •Innovations and applications of biological networks •Ecological networks, food webs and natural equilibrium •Co-evolution, co-extinction, biodiversity conservation •Metabolic networks, protein-protein interaction networks, biochemical reaction networks, gene networks, transcriptional regulatory networks, cell cycle networks, phylogenetic networks, network motifs •Physiological networks •Network regulation of metabolic processes, human diseases and ecological systems •Social networks, epidemiological networks •System complexity, self-organized systems, emergence of biological systems, agent-based modeling, individual-based modeling, neural network modeling, and other network-based modeling, etc. We are also interested in short communications that clearly address a specific issue or completely present a new ecological network, food web, or metabolic or gene network, etc. Authors can submit their works to the email box of this journal, networkbiology@iaees.org. All manuscripts submitted to this journal must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during review period of this journal

  16. Environmental Skeptics and Critics (http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/environsc/online-version.asp

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    Full Text Available Environmental Skeptics and Critics ISSN 2224-4263 URL: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/environsc/online-version.asp RSS: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/environsc/rss.xml E-mail: environsc@iaees.org Editor-in-Chief: WenJun Zhang Aims and Scope The more truth is debated, the clearer it becomes. Science will not proceed without debate and controversy. Wide and in-depth debate and controversy on human's knowledge, attitudes, policies and practices on the environment determines the future of our planet. There are numerous controversial and potentially controversial issues on environmental sciences and practices. ENVIRONMENTAL SKEPTICS and CRITICS (ISSN 2224-4263 is an international journal devoted to the publication of skeptical and critical articles/short communications/letters on theories, viewpoints, methodologies, practices, policies, etc., in ecological and environmental areas. The journal provides a forum for questioning, disputing, arguing, challenging, criticizing and judging known theories, methdologies, practices, and policies, etc., or presenting different ideas. The scope of Environmental Skeptics and Critics is wide and embraces all controversial, non-conclusive or unexplained issues in ecological and environmental areas. Authors can submit their works to the email box of this journal, environsc@iaees.org. All manuscripts submitted to this journal must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during review period of this journal. Authors are asked to read Author Guidelines before submitting manuscripts. In addition to free submissions from authors around the world, special issues are also accepted. The organizer of a special issue can collect submissions (yielded from a research project, a research group, etc. on a specific research topic, or submissions of a scientific conference for publication of special issue.

  17. Computational Ecology and Software (http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/ces/online-version.asp

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    Full Text Available Computational Ecology and Software ISSN 2220-721X URL: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/ces/online-version.asp RSS: http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/ces/rss.xml E-mail: ces@iaees.org Editor-in-Chief: WenJun Zhang Aims and Scope COMPUTATIONAL ECOLOGY AND SOFTWARE (ISSN 2220-721X is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that considers scientific articles in all different areas of computational ecology. It is the transactions of the International Society of Computational Ecology. The journal is concerned with the ecological researches, constructions and applications of theories and methods of computational sciences including computational mathematics, computational statistics and computer science. It features the simulation, approximation, prediction, recognition, and classification of ecological issues. Intensive computation is one of the major stresses of the journal. The journal welcomes research articles, short communications, review articles, perspectives, and book reviews. The journal also supports the activities of the International Society of Computational Ecology. The topics to be covered by CES include, but are not limited to: •Computation intensive methods, numerical and optimization methods, differential and difference equation modeling and simulation, prediction, recognition, classification, statistical computation (Bayesian computing, randomization, bootstrapping, Monte Carlo techniques, stochastic process, etc., agent-based modeling, individual-based modeling, artificial neural networks, knowledge based systems, machine learning, genetic algorithms, data exploration, network analysis and computation, databases, ecological modeling and computation using Geographical Information Systems, satellite imagery, and other computation intensive theories and methods. •Artificial ecosystems, artificial life, complexity of ecosystems and virtual reality. •The development, evaluation and validation of software and

  18. The influence of question design on the response to self-assessment in www.elearnSCI.org: a submodule pilot study.

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    Liu, N; Li, X-W; Zhou, M-W; Biering-Sørensen, F

    2015-08-01

    This is an interventional training session. The objective of this study was to investigate the difference in response to self-assessment questions in the original and an adjusted version for a submodule of www.elearnSCI.org for student nurses. The study was conducted in a teaching hospital affiliated to Peking University, China. In all, 28 student nurses divided into two groups (groups A and B; 14 in each) received a print-out of a Chinese translation of the slides from the 'Maintaining skin integrity following spinal cord injury' submodule in www.elearnSCI.org for self-study. Both groups were then tested using the 10 self-assessment multiple-choice questions (MCQs) related to the same submodule. Group A used the original questions, whereas group B received an adjusted questionnaire. The responses to four conventional single-answer MCQs were nearly all correct in both groups. However, in three questions, group A, with the option 'All of the above', had a higher number of correct answers than group B, with multiple-answer MCQs. In addition, in another three questions, group A, using the original multiple-answer MCQs, had fewer correct answers than group B, where it was only necessary to tick a single incorrect answer. Variations in design influence the response to questions. The use of conventional single-answer MCQs should be reconsidered, as they only examine the recall of isolated knowledge facts. The 'All of the above' option should be avoided because it would increase the number of correct answers arrived at by guessing. When using multiple-answer MCQs, it is recommended that the questions asked should be in accordance with the content within the www.elearnSCI.org.

  19. Alzheimer's Prevention Education: If We Build It, Will They Come? www.AlzU.org.

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    Isaacson, R S; Haynes, N; Seifan, A; Larsen, D; Christiansen, S; Berger, J C; Safdieh, J E; Lunde, A M; Luo, A; Kramps, M; McInnis, M; Ochner, C N

    2014-01-01

    Internet-based educational interventions may be useful for impacting knowledge and behavioral change. However, in AD prevention, little data exists about which educational tools work best in terms of learning and interest in participating in clinical trials. Primary: Assess effectiveness of interactive webinars vs. written blog-posts on AD prevention learning. Secondary: Evaluate the effect of AD prevention education on interest in participating in clinical trials; Assess usability of, and user perceptions about, an online AD education research platform; Classify target populations (demographics, learning needs, interests). Observational. Online. Men/Women, aged 25+, recruited via facebook.com. Alzheimer's Universe (www.AlzU.org) education research platform. Pre/post-test performance, self-reported Likert-scale ratings, completion rates. Over two-weeks, 4268 visits were generated. 503 signed-up for a user account (11.8% join rate), 196 participated in the lessons (39.0%) and 100 completed all beta-testing steps (19.9%). Users randomized to webinar instruction about AD prevention and the stages of AD demonstrated significant increases (p=0.01) in pre vs. post-testing scores compared to blog-post intervention. Upon joining, 42% were interested in participating in a clinical trial in AD prevention. After completing all beta-test activities, interest increased to 86%. Users were primarily women and the largest category was children of AD patients. 66.3% joined to learn more about AD prevention, 65.3% to learn more about AD treatment. Webinar-based education led to significant improvements in learning about AD prevention and the stages of AD. AlzU.org participation more than doubled interest in AD prevention clinical trial participation. Subjects were quickly and cost-effectively recruited, and highly satisfied with the AD education research platform. Based on these data, we will further refine AlzU.org prior to public launch and aim to study the effectiveness of 25

  20. DLSanalysis.org

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    Hansen, Steen

    2017-01-01

    A web interface ( www.DLSanalysis.org ) for indirect Laplace transformation of dynamic light scattering data is presented. When experimental data are uploaded to the server they are processed in a few seconds, and the result is displayed on the screen in the form of a size distribution together...

  1. New international ways in radiology continuing education: www.eurorad.org - an EAR project for online publication of radiological data

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    Vorwerk, D.

    2002-01-01

    Eurorad (www.eurorad.org) is a joint project of EAR and has support of 27 national and 8 subspeciality radiology societies. Eurorad is the first noncommercial radiologicial publication that is exclusively based on the internet as a communication line with all steps of submission, reviewing and publication being performed online. Eurorad wants to build up a huge and exhaustive case file of diagnostic and interventional radiology. Like all scientific publications, Eurorad bases on an editor in chief and 13 section editors who are responsible for organizing each section of Eurorad. Each section has a number of peer reviewer with an overall total of more than 100. For submission and publication, all cases are structured in the same manner with case report, method and discussion. For the time being, Eurorad hosts 779 cases, of whom 346 are free available on the net. The actual rejection rate is 4.5%, other cases are under review. (orig.) [de

  2. Thanks to 70 years of Inter American Statistical cooperation, the world's largest integrated census microdata dissemination site www.ipums.org/international.

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    McCAA, Robert

    2013-06-01

    Seventy years of Inter American Statistical cooperation, symbolized by the 70 th anniversary of Estadística , made possible the construction of IPUMS-International, the world's largest integrated census microdata dissemination site, www.ipums.org/international. Currently, the site offers access to 238 samples totaling over 540 million person records representing 74 countries. The Americas, which account for only about one-seventh of the world's population, amount to over one-third (36%) of the person records in the IPUMS-International database. Likewise, 35% of the citations in the IPUMS-International bibliography are for studies focused on Latin America, with about half of these analyzing a single Latin American country. This article discusses salient features of the IPUMS integration methods and system. National Statistical Institutes that have not yet entrusted 2010 census microdata to the initiative are invited to do so. Researchers and teachers are invited to use the data freely in analysis and teaching. Setenta años de cooperación estadística inter-Americana, simbolizada por el 70 aniversario de la revista Estadística , han hecho posible la construcción de IPUMS-internacional, la base en línea de microdatos censales harmonizados más grande del mundo, www.ipums.org/international. Actualmente, IPUMS proporciona acceso a 238 muestras con más de 540 millones de registros individuales de 74 países. Las Américas, que albergan una séptima parte de la población mundial, representan más de un tercio (36%) de todos los registros individuales en la base de datos IPUMS-internacional. Asimismo, el 35% de todas las referencias en la bibliografía de IPUMS son de estudios realizados sobre América Latina, la mitad de éstas basadas en un sólo país de la región. Este artículo presenta las principales características del sistema de integración y difusión de datos de IPUMS. Los Institutos Nacionales de Estadísticas que todavía no ha entregado la muestra

  3. Mis on looming.org? : elektrooniline heli / Andres Lõo

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    Lõo, Andres

    2004-01-01

    Võrguajakirjast www.looming.org, kuhu kogutakse infot põhiliselt kahe jaotuse põhjal: muusika ja helieksperimentalism ning kaasaegne kunst, kunsti ja meediaga seonduv. Idee autorid: Hanno Soans ja Andres Lõo. Ilmunud on looming.orgi esimene muusikakogumik "Lilled algebrale"

  4. IPM strategies and their dilemmas including an introduction to www.Eurowheat.org

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    Jørgensen, Lise Nistrup; Hovmøller, Mogens Støvring; Hansen, Jens Grønbech

    2014-01-01

    Information about disease management in winter wheat (Triticum aestiva) in eight European countries was collated and analysed by scientists and extension workers within a European Network for Durable Exploitation (ENDURE). This included information about specific disease thresholds, decision...... information platformwww.EuroWheat.org was used for dissemination of information and results including information on control thresholds, cultural practices which can influence disease attack, fungicide efficacy, fungicide resistance and pathogen virulence, which are all elements supporting IPM for disease...... control in wheat. The platform is open to all users. The target groups of EuroWheat information are researchers, advisors, breeders and similar partners dealing with disease management in wheat....

  5. Thanks to 70 years of Inter American Statistical cooperation, the world’s largest integrated census microdata dissemination site www.ipums.org/international

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    McCAA, ROBERT

    2014-01-01

    Seventy years of Inter American Statistical cooperation, symbolized by the 70th anniversary of Estadística, made possible the construction of IPUMS-International, the world’s largest integrated census microdata dissemination site, www.ipums.org/international. Currently, the site offers access to 238 samples totaling over 540 million person records representing 74 countries. The Americas, which account for only about one-seventh of the world’s population, amount to over one-third (36%) of the person records in the IPUMS-International database. Likewise, 35% of the citations in the IPUMS-International bibliography are for studies focused on Latin America, with about half of these analyzing a single Latin American country. This article discusses salient features of the IPUMS integration methods and system. National Statistical Institutes that have not yet entrusted 2010 census microdata to the initiative are invited to do so. Researchers and teachers are invited to use the data freely in analysis and teaching. Setenta años de cooperación estadística inter-Americana, simbolizada por el 70 aniversario de la revista Estadística, han hecho posible la construcción de IPUMS-internacional, la base en línea de microdatos censales harmonizados más grande del mundo, www.ipums.org/international. Actualmente, IPUMS proporciona acceso a 238 muestras con más de 540 millones de registros individuales de 74 países. Las Américas, que albergan una séptima parte de la población mundial, representan más de un tercio (36%) de todos los registros individuales en la base de datos IPUMS-internacional. Asimismo, el 35% de todas las referencias en la bibliografía de IPUMS son de estudios realizados sobre América Latina, la mitad de éstas basadas en un sólo país de la región. Este artículo presenta las principales características del sistema de integración y difusión de datos de IPUMS. Los Institutos Nacionales de Estadísticas que todavía no ha entregado la muestra

  6. WWW.CDI-CLEX.ORG

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    Jørgensen, Rune Nørgaard; Dale, Philip; Bleses, Dorthe

    2011-01-01

    Parent report has proven a valid and cost-effective means of evaluating early child language. Large scale datasets has proven to be useful both when it comes to basic research as well as in relation to assessment and intervention. And since norming studies based on parent reports contains great...

  7. Seeing the doctor without fear: www.doctortea.org for the desensitization for medical visits in Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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    Boada, Leticia; Parellada, Mara

    Doctor Tea is an online website designed to facilitate medical visits for those with autism spectrum disorder and other disabilities. People diagnosed with autism not only have greater medical needs than the general population, but also have particular characteristics that are often not accommodated by medical services. This lack of medical accommodation often creates a very complicated, and sometimes traumatic experience, when visiting medical facilities. Individuals with autism have great difficulty understanding social situations and contexts, such as medical tests or consultations, as well as difficulty in tolerating new situations and atypical sensory thresholds. Doctor Tea aims to reduce anxiety before medical consultations and procedures from a safe and well-known environment (school, home, etc.). The website, www.doctortea.org, provides information and materials (videos, cartoon, 3D animations, pictogram sequences, etc.) about the most frequent medical procedures and practices for patients with autism. The website also offers information to the doctors and families of patients with autism about the most common medical problems associated with autism. A total of 17,199 different users visited the website during 2015, with a total of 23,348 online visitors from more than 70 different countries since the website's release in November 2014. The familiarisation with the medical procedures and its environment appears to decrease the anxiety in patients with disabilities during medical visits, as well as optimising the effectiveness of their medical visits and tests. Copyright © 2016 SEP y SEPB. Publicado por Elsevier España, S.L.U. All rights reserved.

  8. Siete sitios webs nuevos en el Directorio de Webs Amigas de Veterinaria.org

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    Veterinaria.org

    2009-01-01

    ResumenOcho sitios webs – AVAFES Zaragoza, Dermoveterinaria, International Veterinary StudentsAssociation, Oceonágrafos Sin Fronteras, Oftalmología Veterinaria, Pujol Torguet, Sea Wolves y Veterinaria Igfranvet - se han incorporado durante el pasado mes de febrero 2009 al Directorio de Web Amigas de Veterinaria.org tal como se puede comprobar visitando http://www.veterinaria.org/wamigas/l_amigas.html

  9. Usage of the www.2aida.org AIDA diabetes software Website: a pilot study.

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    Lehmann, Eldon D

    2003-01-01

    AIDA is a diabetes-computing program freely available from www.2aida.org on the Web. The software is intended to serve as an educational support tool, and can be used by anyone who has an interest in diabetes, whether they be patients, relatives, health-care professionals, or students. In previous "Diabetes Information Technology & WebWatch" columns various indicators of usage of the AIDA program have been reviewed, and various comments from users of the software have been documented. One aspect of AIDA, though, that has been of considerable interest has been to investigate its Web-based distribution as a wider paradigm for more general medically related usage of the Internet. In this respect we have been keen to understand in general terms: (1) why people are turning to the Web for health-care/diabetes information; (2) more specifically, what sort of people are making use of the AIDA software; and (3) what benefits they feel might accrue from using the program. To answer these types of questions we have been conducting a series of audits/surveys via the AIDA Website, and via the software program itself, to learn as much as possible about who the AIDA end users really are. The rationale for this work is that, in this way, it should be possible to improve the program as well as tailor future versions of the software to the interests and needs of its users. However, a recurring observation is that data collection is easiest if it is as unobtrusive and innocuous as possible. One aspect of learning as much as possible about diabetes Website visitors and users may be to apply techniques that do not necessitate any visitor or user interaction. There are various programs that can monitor what pages visitors are viewing at a site. As these programs do not require visitors to do anything special, over time some interesting insights into Website usage may be obtained. For the current study we have reviewed anonymous logstats data, which are automatically collected at many

  10. www.common-metrics.org: a web application to estimate scores from different patient-reported outcome measures on a common scale.

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    Fischer, H Felix; Rose, Matthias

    2016-10-19

    Recently, a growing number of Item-Response Theory (IRT) models has been published, which allow estimation of a common latent variable from data derived by different Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs). When using data from different PROs, direct estimation of the latent variable has some advantages over the use of sum score conversion tables. It requires substantial proficiency in the field of psychometrics to fit such models using contemporary IRT software. We developed a web application ( http://www.common-metrics.org ), which allows estimation of latent variable scores more easily using IRT models calibrating different measures on instrument independent scales. Currently, the application allows estimation using six different IRT models for Depression, Anxiety, and Physical Function. Based on published item parameters, users of the application can directly estimate latent trait estimates using expected a posteriori (EAP) for sum scores as well as for specific response patterns, Bayes modal (MAP), Weighted likelihood estimation (WLE) and Maximum likelihood (ML) methods and under three different prior distributions. The obtained estimates can be downloaded and analyzed using standard statistical software. This application enhances the usability of IRT modeling for researchers by allowing comparison of the latent trait estimates over different PROs, such as the Patient Health Questionnaire Depression (PHQ-9) and Anxiety (GAD-7) scales, the Center of Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D), the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), PROMIS Anxiety and Depression Short Forms and others. Advantages of this approach include comparability of data derived with different measures and tolerance against missing values. The validity of the underlying models needs to be investigated in the future.

  11. (www.publiclibraryofscience.org) to foster

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    electronic or otherwise) without the express permission of the publishers. tradition, as he explores the topic in relation to research and psychotherapeutic interventions. In his synthetic review, he reminds the reader of such fundamentals as psychology representing the “speech of the soul” and the aspirations of the discipline ...

  12. CitSci.org: A New Model for Managing, Documenting, and Sharing Citizen Science Data.

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    Yiwei Wang

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Citizen science projects have the potential to advance science by increasing the volume and variety of data, as well as innovation. Yet this potential has not been fully realized, in part because citizen science data are typically not widely shared and reused. To address this and related challenges, we built CitSci.org (see www.citsci.org, a customizable platform that allows users to collect and generate diverse datasets. We hope that CitSci.org will ultimately increase discoverability and confidence in citizen science observations, encouraging scientists to use such data in their own scientific research.

  13. CitSci.org: A New Model for Managing, Documenting, and Sharing Citizen Science Data.

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    Wang, Yiwei; Kaplan, Nicole; Newman, Greg; Scarpino, Russell

    2015-10-01

    Citizen science projects have the potential to advance science by increasing the volume and variety of data, as well as innovation. Yet this potential has not been fully realized, in part because citizen science data are typically not widely shared and reused. To address this and related challenges, we built CitSci.org (see www.citsci.org), a customizable platform that allows users to collect and generate diverse datasets. We hope that CitSci.org will ultimately increase discoverability and confidence in citizen science observations, encouraging scientists to use such data in their own scientific research.

  14. genenames.org: the HGNC resources in 2011

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    Seal, Ruth L.; Gordon, Susan M.; Lush, Michael J.; Wright, Mathew W.; Bruford, Elspeth A.

    2011-01-01

    The HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) aims to assign a unique gene symbol and name to every human gene. The HGNC database currently contains almost 30 000 approved gene symbols, over 19 000 of which represent protein-coding genes. The public website, www.genenames.org, displays all approved nomenclature within Symbol Reports that contain data curated by HGNC editors and links to related genomic, phenotypic and proteomic information. Here we describe improvements to our resources, including a new Quick Gene Search, a new List Search, an integrated HGNC BioMart and a new Statistics and Downloads facility. PMID:20929869

  15. www.sobiad.org/eJOURNALS/journal_IJEF/archTHE NEXUS BETWEEN MACROECONOMICS VARIABLES AND THECO2EMISSIONS: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROMMALAYSIAN ROADTRANSPORT SECTOReves/2012_no_2_new/nur_zaimah.pdf

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    Full Text Available In the present paper, an attempt is made to examine the nexus between themacroeconomic variables and the CO2emissions from road transport sector inMalaysia. Using vector error correction model during 1980 to 2009 period, theempiricalresults show that there is an evidence of a long-run relationship amongthe variables. The findings of this research also indicate that a bi-directionalrelationship exist between the number of vehicles and CO2emission in the short-run.

  16. www.meanders.org na internet com ecoturismo: uma interação comunicacional sustentável?

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    2002-01-01

    A Teia de Alcance Mundial, como é conhecida a www da população que já tem acesso à internet, tem se tornado no Brasil rapidamente expressiva em tempos de mercados globais e, dentro deste contexto, a atividade do ecoturismo é analisada enquanto oferta e mensagem online. Realiza-se um estudo qualitativo exploratório no intuito de discutir a presente oferta ecoturística online e a mensagem propagada via rede. O termo ecoturismo é questionado, assim como as iniciativas que se apropriam da palavra...

  17. Newsbriefs www.iaea.org. January 2002

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    2002-01-01

    In this newsbrief the topics covered include: categories of risk, nuclear materials, nuclear facilities, and radioactive sources; a special session of IAEA experts meeting on the subject; financing the prevention of terrorism; nuclear security discussed by the IAEA Board of Governors; technical cooperation for security; use of electron beam scanning for mail safety; sustainable development; radioactive waste management; health programs in Latin America; landmine cleanup; clean water programmes

  18. The treatable intellectual disability APP www.treatable-id.org: A digital tool to enhance diagnosis & care for rare diseases

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    van Karnebeek Clara D M

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background Intellectual disability (ID is a devastating and frequent condition, affecting 2-3% of the population worldwide. Early recognition of treatable underlying conditions drastically improves health outcomes and decreases burdens to patients, families and society. Our systematic literature review identified 81 such inborn errors of metabolism, which present with ID as a prominent feature and are amenable to causal therapy. The WebAPP translates this knowledge of rare diseases into a diagnostic tool and information portal. Methods & results Freely available as a WebAPP via http://www.treatable-id.org and end 2012 via the APP store, this diagnostic tool is designed for all specialists evaluating children with global delay / ID and laboratory scientists. Information on the 81 diseases is presented in different ways with search functions: 15 biochemical categories, neurologic and non-neurologic signs & symptoms, diagnostic investigations (metabolic screening tests in blood and urine identify 65% of all IEM, therapies & effects on primary (IQ/developmental quotient and secondary outcomes, and available evidence For each rare condition a ‘disease page’ serves as an information portal with online access to specific genetics, biochemistry, phenotype, diagnostic tests and therapeutic options. As new knowledge and evidence is gained from expert input and PubMed searches this tool will be continually updated. The WebAPP is an integral part of a protocol prioritizing treatability in the work-up of every child with global delay / ID. A 3-year funded study will enable an evaluation of its effectiveness. Conclusions For rare diseases, a field for which financial and scientific resources are particularly scarce, knowledge translation challenges are abundant. With this WebAPP technology is capitalized to raise awareness for rare treatable diseases and their common presenting clinical feature of ID, with the potential to improve health outcomes

  19. The treatable intellectual disability APP www.treatable-id.org: A digital tool to enhance diagnosis & care for rare diseases

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    2012-01-01

    Background Intellectual disability (ID) is a devastating and frequent condition, affecting 2-3% of the population worldwide. Early recognition of treatable underlying conditions drastically improves health outcomes and decreases burdens to patients, families and society. Our systematic literature review identified 81 such inborn errors of metabolism, which present with ID as a prominent feature and are amenable to causal therapy. The WebAPP translates this knowledge of rare diseases into a diagnostic tool and information portal. Methods & results Freely available as a WebAPP via http://www.treatable-id.org and end 2012 via the APP store, this diagnostic tool is designed for all specialists evaluating children with global delay / ID and laboratory scientists. Information on the 81 diseases is presented in different ways with search functions: 15 biochemical categories, neurologic and non-neurologic signs & symptoms, diagnostic investigations (metabolic screening tests in blood and urine identify 65% of all IEM), therapies & effects on primary (IQ/developmental quotient) and secondary outcomes, and available evidence For each rare condition a ‘disease page’ serves as an information portal with online access to specific genetics, biochemistry, phenotype, diagnostic tests and therapeutic options. As new knowledge and evidence is gained from expert input and PubMed searches this tool will be continually updated. The WebAPP is an integral part of a protocol prioritizing treatability in the work-up of every child with global delay / ID. A 3-year funded study will enable an evaluation of its effectiveness. Conclusions For rare diseases, a field for which financial and scientific resources are particularly scarce, knowledge translation challenges are abundant. With this WebAPP technology is capitalized to raise awareness for rare treatable diseases and their common presenting clinical feature of ID, with the potential to improve health outcomes. This innovative digital

  20. www.ajol.info www.bioline.org.br/ja The Abundance and ...

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    indication that the area is an important ecological zone for benthos macroinvertebrates conservation. ... Heck and Coen, (1995), the estuarine and mangroves ..... ecological services. Callinectes amnicola was the most abundant and are economically important species locally; hence the need to integrate a sustainable ...

  1. sORFs.org: a repository of small ORFs identified by ribosome profiling.

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    Olexiouk, Volodimir; Crappé, Jeroen; Verbruggen, Steven; Verhegen, Kenneth; Martens, Lennart; Menschaert, Gerben

    2016-01-04

    With the advent of ribosome profiling, a next generation sequencing technique providing a "snap-shot'' of translated mRNA in a cell, many short open reading frames (sORFs) with ribosomal activity were identified. Follow-up studies revealed the existence of functional peptides, so-called micropeptides, translated from these 'sORFs', indicating a new class of bio-active peptides. Over the last few years, several micropeptides exhibiting important cellular functions were discovered. However, ribosome occupancy does not necessarily imply an actual function of the translated peptide, leading to the development of various tools assessing the coding potential of sORFs. Here, we introduce sORFs.org (http://www.sorfs.org), a novel database for sORFs identified using ribosome profiling. Starting from ribosome profiling, sORFs.org identifies sORFs, incorporates state-of-the-art tools and metrics and stores results in a public database. Two query interfaces are provided, a default one enabling quick lookup of sORFs and a BioMart interface providing advanced query and export possibilities. At present, sORFs.org harbors 263 354 sORFs that demonstrate ribosome occupancy, originating from three different cell lines: HCT116 (human), E14_mESC (mouse) and S2 (fruit fly). sORFs.org aims to provide an extensive sORFs database accessible to researchers with limited bioinformatics knowledge, thus enabling easy integration into personal projects. © The Author(s) 2015. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids Research.

  2. The syntheses of radiolabelled Org 5222 and its main metabolite Org 30526

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    Vader, Jan; Kaspersen, Frans; Sperling, Eric; Schlachter, Irene; Terpstra, Annie; Hilberink, Peter; Wagenaars, Gerard

    1994-01-01

    The syntheses of trans-5-chloro-2,3,3a-12b-tetrahydro-2-methyl-1H-dibenz[2,3:6,7] oxepino[4 ,5-c]pyrrole (Org 5222), a potential antipsychotic compound, labelled with 3 H, 14 C and 36 Cl and trans-5-chloro-2,3,3a,12b-tetrahydro-1H-dibenz[2,3:6,7]-oxepino[4, 5-c] pyrrole (Org 30526) labelled with 3 H are described. 3 H-labelled Org 5222 of low specific activity was prepared by a base catalyzed exchange with tritiated water of an amide precursor, 3 H-labelled Org 5222 with a high specific activity by a catalytic reductive dehalogenation. 3 H-labelled Org 30526 was prepared both by demethylation of 3 H-Org 5222 and by catalytic reductive iodination of 11-iodo-Org 30526. 14 C-labelled Org 5222 was synthesized in 6 steps using 14 C-sarcosine as starting material. 36 Cl-labelled Org 5222 was prepared by diazotation reaction in the presence of H 36 Cl. (author)

  3. Genenames.org: the HGNC and VGNC resources in 2017.

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    Yates, Bethan; Braschi, Bryony; Gray, Kristian A; Seal, Ruth L; Tweedie, Susan; Bruford, Elspeth A

    2017-01-04

    The HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) based at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) assigns unique symbols and names to human genes. Currently the HGNC database contains almost 40 000 approved gene symbols, over 19 000 of which represent protein-coding genes. In addition to naming genomic loci we manually curate genes into family sets based on shared characteristics such as homology, function or phenotype. We have recently updated our gene family resources and introduced new improved visualizations which can be seen alongside our gene symbol reports on our primary website http://www.genenames.org In 2016 we expanded our remit and formed the Vertebrate Gene Nomenclature Committee (VGNC) which is responsible for assigning names to vertebrate species lacking a dedicated nomenclature group. Using the chimpanzee genome as a pilot project we have approved symbols and names for over 14 500 protein-coding genes in chimpanzee, and have developed a new website http://vertebrate.genenames.org to distribute these data. Here, we review our online data and resources, focusing particularly on the improvements and new developments made during the last two years. © The Author(s) 2016. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids Research.

  4. DLSanalysis.org: a web interface for analysis of dynamic light scattering data.

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    Hansen, Steen

    2018-03-01

    A web interface ( www.DLSanalysis.org ) for indirect Laplace transformation of dynamic light scattering data is presented. When experimental data are uploaded to the server they are processed in a few seconds, and the result is displayed on the screen in the form of a size distribution together with the experimental data and the fit to the data. No other user input than the experimental data is necessary, but various options for the analysis may be selected. No local installation of software or registration is necessary. The result of the analysis can be downloaded.

  5. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATIONS OF THE CLINICAL-PHARMACOLOGY OF 3 SHORT-ACTING NONDEPOLARIZING NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING-AGENTS, ORG 9453, ORG 9489 AND ORG 9487

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    WIERDA, JMKH; BEAUFORT, AM; KLEEF, UW; SMEULERS, NJ; AGOSTON, S

    Three muscle relaxants, Org 9453, Org 9489 and Org 9487, short-acting in animals, were investigated to establish their profiles in humans. Potency, time course of action, and pharmacokinetic behaviour were studied in 90 healthy patients during fentanyl/halothane/N2O anaesthesia. Neuromuscular

  6. Spent fuel composition database system on WWW. SFCOMPO on WWW Ver.2

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    Mochizuki, Hiroki; Suyama, Kenya; Nomura, Yasushi; Okuno, Hiroshi

    2001-08-01

    'SFCOMPO on WWW Ver.2' is an advanced version of 'SFCOMPO on WWW (Spent Fuel Composition Database System on WWW' released in 1997. This new version has a function of database management by an introduced relational database software 'PostgreSQL' and has various searching methods. All of the data required for the calculation of isotopic composition is available from the web site of this system. This report describes the outline of this system and the searching method using Internet. In addition, the isotopic composition data and the reactor data of the 14 LWRs (7 PWR and 7 BWR) registered in this system are described. (author)

  7. Spent fuel composition database system on WWW. SFCOMPO on WWW Ver.2

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    Mochizuki, Hiroki [Japan Research Institute, Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Suyama, Kenya; Nomura, Yasushi; Okuno, Hiroshi [Japan Atomic Energy Research Inst., Tokai, Ibaraki (Japan). Tokai Research Establishment

    2001-08-01

    'SFCOMPO on WWW Ver.2' is an advanced version of 'SFCOMPO on WWW' ('Spent Fuel Composition Database System on WWW') released in 1997. This new version has a function of database management by an introduced relational database software 'PostgreSQL' and has various searching methods. All of the data required for the calculation of isotopic composition is available from the web site of this system. This report describes the outline of this system and the searching method using Internet. In addition, the isotopic composition data and the reactor data of the 14 LWRs (7 PWR and 7 BWR) registered in this system are described. (author)

  8. An update on sORFs.org: a repository of small ORFs identified by ribosome profiling.

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    Olexiouk, Volodimir; Van Criekinge, Wim; Menschaert, Gerben

    2018-01-04

    sORFs.org (http://www.sorfs.org) is a public repository of small open reading frames (sORFs) identified by ribosome profiling (RIBO-seq). This update elaborates on the major improvements implemented since its initial release. sORFs.org now additionally supports three more species (zebrafish, rat and Caenorhabditis elegans) and currently includes 78 RIBO-seq datasets, a vast increase compared to the three that were processed in the initial release. Therefore, a novel pipeline was constructed that also enables sORF detection in RIBO-seq datasets comprising solely elongating RIBO-seq data while previously, matching initiating RIBO-seq data was necessary to delineate the sORFs. Furthermore, a novel noise filtering algorithm was designed, able to distinguish sORFs with true ribosomal activity from simulated noise, consequently reducing the false positive identification rate. The inclusion of other species also led to the development of an inner BLAST pipeline, assessing sequence similarity between sORFs in the repository. Building on the proof of concept model in the initial release of sORFs.org, a full PRIDE-ReSpin pipeline was now released, reprocessing publicly available MS-based proteomics PRIDE datasets, reporting on true translation events. Next to reporting those identified peptides, sORFs.org allows visual inspection of the annotated spectra within the Lorikeet MS/MS viewer, thus enabling detailed manual inspection and interpretation. © The Author(s) 2017. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids Research.

  9. All rights reserved www.ajol.infoand www.bioline.org.br/ja Impact of ...

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    electricity has become a common practice all over the world (Langfort, 1990; Kaushal et al. .... electric power in the generator. The steam generated ..... little solar energy, it is assumed that its influence ..... Biometry: the principles and practice of ...

  10. www.ajol.info and www.bioline.org.br/ja Evaluation of Serum Anion ...

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    pregnant control, and 20 pregnant women in each of the three trimesters of pregnancy. Ethical approval was ... regulate nutrient balance during this period is critical to the health of the ... atoms fall back to the ground state, light of characteristic ...

  11. All rights reserved www.ajol.info and www.bioline.org.br/ja Drought ...

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    vegetation growth and time lag in their response to dry or wet condition. © JASEM ... enhancing losses of life, human suffering and causing damage to the ... The southern part receives .... weather condition over most of the Sahelian stations.

  12. All rights reserved www.ajol.info and www.bioline.org.br/ja Drought ...

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    century as the result show a rapid decline in its occurrence which indicates improvement in rainfall. On the other ... caused a sudden break of early rainfall, poor spatio- temporal ..... Characteristics of 20th ... and Applied Genetics, 125, 625-645.

  13. Dcode.org anthology of comparative genomic tools.

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    Loots, Gabriela G; Ovcharenko, Ivan

    2005-07-01

    Comparative genomics provides the means to demarcate functional regions in anonymous DNA sequences. The successful application of this method to identifying novel genes is currently shifting to deciphering the non-coding encryption of gene regulation across genomes. To facilitate the practical application of comparative sequence analysis to genetics and genomics, we have developed several analytical and visualization tools for the analysis of arbitrary sequences and whole genomes. These tools include two alignment tools, zPicture and Mulan; a phylogenetic shadowing tool, eShadow for identifying lineage- and species-specific functional elements; two evolutionary conserved transcription factor analysis tools, rVista and multiTF; a tool for extracting cis-regulatory modules governing the expression of co-regulated genes, Creme 2.0; and a dynamic portal to multiple vertebrate and invertebrate genome alignments, the ECR Browser. Here, we briefly describe each one of these tools and provide specific examples on their practical applications. All the tools are publicly available at the http://www.dcode.org/ website.

  14. Lateglacial.org

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    Jensen, Peter

    2012-01-01

    Lateglacial.org is an interactive, open-access online data repository and geographic research tool for the Late Glacial period of northern Europe. The database behind this website currently contains information on those localities that have yielded remains from the Late Glacial period, and is cen......Lateglacial.org is an interactive, open-access online data repository and geographic research tool for the Late Glacial period of northern Europe. The database behind this website currently contains information on those localities that have yielded remains from the Late Glacial period...

  15. European Embedding of Passive Houses. www.europeanpassivehouses.org

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    Elswijk, M.; Kaan, H. (eds.) [and others

    2008-05-15

    The passive house concept has become a European wide accepted solution to reach a significant energy demand reduction in the built environment. The European Commission has published the ambition to construct newly built ho uses in 2015 accordingly to the passive ho use standard. In most project participating countries this ambition is shared. With the support of the Intelligent Energy Europe program this project 'Promotion of European Passive Houses' (PEP-project) contributed to achieve this ambition to clear the first market barriers internationally to reach the status 'Business As Usual' for passive houses in 2015. The PEP project aimed at the development of easy accessible web based documentation for stakeholders in the building process to solve national market introduction barriers regarding the passive house concept. The project also aimed at the distribution of this information via international and national workshops, seminars and conferences. It can be concluded that the PEP-project has been successful. All participating countries made significant progress in the societal embedding process of passive houses and in most countries the passive house concept is on the brink of breaking through nationally. Further, the PEP-project contributed successfully in the internationalisation of the Internal Passive House Conference and fixed the definition of a passive house for three geographical European regions. Finally, the PEP website with its wealth of information was a powerful tool for promotion of passive houses in Europe. In order to increase the implementation efficiency of the passive house concept it is recommended to develop additional information packages concerning passive house solutions for offices, schools and social homes (e.g. architectural examples, organisational issues); passive house renovations; financial schemes for passive houses; performance oriented quality approach for the design and construction process; industrial prefab construction of passive elements and practical training programs for craftsmen, to architects, engineers and developers. Further research is recommended to identify the relation between hygienics required of ventilation systems and comfort and health. Finally, it is recommended to start the implementation of the certification schemes for passive houses.

  16. Places to Go: Sakai|http://www.sakaiproject.org/

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    Downes, Stephen

    2006-01-01

    Stephen Downes continues his examination of open source learning management systems (LMSs) with a visit to Sakai's Web site. While Sakai's Web site is not particularly easy to navigate, it provides access to a large community and constellation of related online learning products and initiatives. Visitors can visit discussion forums to ask…

  17. WWW chart of the nuclides

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    Huang Xiaolong; Zhou Chunmei; Zhuang Youxiang; Zhao Zhixiang; Golashvili, T.V.; Chechev, V.P.

    2000-01-01

    WWW chart of the nuclides was established on the basis of the latest evaluations of nuclear structure and decay data. By viewing WWW chart of the nuclides, one can retrieve the fundamental data of nuclide such as atomic mass, abundance, spin and parity; the decay mode, branching ratio, half-life and Q-value of radioactive nuclide, energy and intensity of strong γ-ray, etc. The URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of WWW chart of the nuclides is: http://myhome.py.gd.cn/chart/index,asp

  18. Integrative Functional Genomics for Systems Genetics in GeneWeaver.org.

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    Bubier, Jason A; Langston, Michael A; Baker, Erich J; Chesler, Elissa J

    2017-01-01

    The abundance of existing functional genomics studies permits an integrative approach to interpreting and resolving the results of diverse systems genetics studies. However, a major challenge lies in assembling and harmonizing heterogeneous data sets across species for facile comparison to the positional candidate genes and coexpression networks that come from systems genetic studies. GeneWeaver is an online database and suite of tools at www.geneweaver.org that allows for fast aggregation and analysis of gene set-centric data. GeneWeaver contains curated experimental data together with resource-level data such as GO annotations, MP annotations, and KEGG pathways, along with persistent stores of user entered data sets. These can be entered directly into GeneWeaver or transferred from widely used resources such as GeneNetwork.org. Data are analyzed using statistical tools and advanced graph algorithms to discover new relations, prioritize candidate genes, and generate function hypotheses. Here we use GeneWeaver to find genes common to multiple gene sets, prioritize candidate genes from a quantitative trait locus, and characterize a set of differentially expressed genes. Coupling a large multispecies repository curated and empirical functional genomics data to fast computational tools allows for the rapid integrative analysis of heterogeneous data for interpreting and extrapolating systems genetics results.

  19. Oral bioavailability assessment and intestinal lymphatic transport of Org 45697 and Org 46035, two highly lipophilic novel immunomodulator analogues.

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    Caliph, Suzanne M; Faassen, W A Fried; Vogel, Gerard M; Porter, Christopher J H

    2009-08-01

    Org 45697 (MW 600.7, clogP 7.92, soybean oil solubility 50 mg/g) and Org 46035 (MW 601.6, clog P 8.46, soybean oil solubility 40 mg/g) are two poorly water soluble ( 5 fold) after oral administration in a long chain triglyceride lipid (olive oil) formulation. Subsequent studies have explored the potential for solubilising formulations, including lipid-based formulations, to enhance the oral bioavailability of Org 45697 and Org 46035 and secondly to explore the potential contribution of intestinal lymphatic transport to intestinal absorption. The experimental data show that solubilising formulations may provide for significant increases in oral bioavailability for Org 45697 and Org 46035 and that after co-administration with lipid, 35-50% of the absorbed dose may be transported to the systemic circulation via the intestinal lymph. Interestingly, the lymphatic transport of the less lipid soluble analogue, Org 46035 was approximately 40% lower than that of Org 45697 suggesting that relatively subtle differences in lipid solubility can have significant impact on the extent of lymphatic transport.

  20. From Scientists to the Public: Communicating Science through Blogs on oceanbites.org and envirobites.org

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    Lemon, M. G.; McDonough, C. A.; Schifman, L. A.

    2017-12-01

    Science communication is increasingly important. Our world is facing difficult environmental challenges that can only be addressed if an understanding of the basic scientific principles exists. With this in mind, we founded oceanbites.org in 2013, and recently (August 2017) also started envirobites.org. For both blogs, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and science professionals come together to write and edit easy-to-read, compelling summaries of recent, cutting-edge research papers in environmental science or oceanography and make them accessible to non-experts. We want to share our passion for research with all non-scientists who are interested to learn more about the environment and our oceans: This ranges in scale from identifying science problems and solutions in cities to explaining the complex environmental challenges facing our planet as a whole. Because science is also about identifying and applying technologies to address these challenges, we also cover some success stories! For envirobites.org, topics of posts include science in and for cities, global transport of pollutants, toxic effects of pollution, climate change, and environmental remediation. Oceanbites.org covers topics ranging from chemical, to biological, and physical oceanography. Currently, oceanbites.org has 24 writers and publishes posts daily, whereas envirobites.org has 26 writers and we publish posts on our blog three times per week. We hope to recruit more members and editors, but most of all, increase our readership to make a big splash in the communication of science to the public, whether we reach K-12 classrooms or living rooms.

  1. 0100101110101101.ORG / Tilman Baumgärtel

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    Baumgärtel, Tilman

    2006-01-01

    Veebilehekülje 0100101110101101.ORG taga asuvad itaallased ei soovi oma nimesid avaldada, rühmitus kutsub ennast zero one dot org (01.org). 9. 10. 1999 Pariisis tehtud intervjuu rühmituse liikmetega, keda huvitab kunstiteemaline diskussioon. Võrgukunstnikena tegid nad oma nime tuntuks võrgukunsti galerii "Hell.com" nn vargusega. Nad on oma leheküljele üles pannud Olja Ljalina galerii "art.teleportica" koopia jt. koopiaid. Tööst "Life-Sharing" (2001)

  2. Research use of the AIDA www.2aida.org diabetes software simulation program: a review--part 2. Generating simulated blood glucose data for prototype validation.

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    Lehmann, Eldon D

    2003-01-01

    The purpose of this review is to describe research applications of the AIDA diabetes software simulator. AIDA is a computer program that permits the interactive simulation of insulin and glucose profiles for teaching, demonstration, and self-learning purposes. Since March/April 1996 it has been made freely available on the Internet as a noncommercial contribution to continuing diabetes education. Up to May 2003 well over 320,000 visits have been logged at the main AIDA Website--www.2aida.org--and over 65,000 copies of the AIDA program have been downloaded free-of-charge. This review (the second of two parts) overviews research projects and ventures, undertaken for the most part by other research workers in the diabetes computing field, that have made use of the freeware AIDA program. As with Part 1 of the review (Diabetes Technol Ther 2003;5:425-438) relevant research work was identified in three main ways: (i) by personal (e-mail/written) communications from researchers, (ii) via the ISI Web of Science citation database to identify published articles which referred to AIDA-related papers, and (iii) via searches on the Internet. Also, in a number of cases research students who had sought advice about AIDA, and diabetes computing in general, provided copies of their research dissertations/theses upon the completion of their projects. Part 2 of this review highlights some more of the research projects that have made use of the AIDA diabetes simulation program to date. A wide variety of diabetes computing topics are addressed. These range from learning about parameter interactions using simulated blood glucose data, to considerations of dietary assessments, developing new diabetes models, and performance monitoring of closed-loop insulin delivery devices. Other topics include evaluation/validation research usage of such software, applying simulated blood glucose data for prototype training/validation, and other research uses of placing technical information on the Web

  3. Pharmacokinetics and pharmacokinetic-dynamic relationship between rapacuronium (Org 9487) and its 3-desacetyl metabolite (Org 9488)

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    Schiere, S; Proost, Hans; Schuringa, M; Wierda, J.MKH

    Rapacuronium (Org 9487) is a rapid-onset and short- to intermediate-acting muscle relaxant. Its 3-desacetyl metabolite, Org 9488, also exerts neuromuscular-blocking activity that. may became apparent after prolonged maintenance of relaxation with rapacuronium. In this study, the pharmacokinetic

  4. Internet FAQ Archives - Online Education - faqs.org

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    faqs.org Internet FAQ Archives - Online Education faqs.org faqs.org - Internet FAQ Archives Internet FAQ Archives Online Education Internet RFC Index Usenet FAQ Index Other FAQs Documents Tools IFC Rated FAQs Internet RFC/STD/FYI/BCP Archives The Internet RFC series of documents is also available from

  5. Marine Science and Education in one Word: "planeetzee.org"

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    Seys, J.; Copejans, E.; Ameije, K.

    2009-04-01

    It is a major challenge to bring science and technology to the public at large and more particular to young people. This is even more true for marine sciences, due to the very nature of the study field and the fact that the underwater world is difficult to experience and communicate. Therefore it is not surprising that in Europe there are only few examples of marine educational projects that try to go beyond the ‘observe and describe' approach. In 2004 SHE Consultancy, the Flanders Marine Institute VLIZ and DAB Vloot developed a first Belgian e-learning programme dedicated to oceans and seas, with the support of the Flemish government ("Action plan Science Communication"). This programme ‘Expedition Zeeleeuw' (www.expeditiezeeleeuw.be), ran from 2005 till 2007 and challenged some 3000 Flemish students of 16-18 years old all over Flanders to find creative solutions for 10 major marine issues at the Belgian coast. The class that could convince the jury to have discovered the most creative and intelligent solutions, wan a one-week scientific expedition at sea on board the vessel Zeeleeuw. As a successor to ‘Expedition Zeeleeuw', a new e-learning project on marine science was developed in 2007: ‘Planeet Zee' i.e. ‘Planet Ocean' (www.planeetzee.org; info via info@planeetzee.org + demo-site in English available at www.planetocean.eu). The new marine and coastal e-learning project is presented as a virtual sailing trip on the Atlantic Ocean. It follows the adventures of two youngsters "borrowing" the yacht of their father and getting into trouble on the open ocean. On this journey they face 21 problems (eg. out of food, drinking water or fuel, fear for whales, Bermuda triangle, tsunami's etc… ), each of them introduced by a short movie clip. When they realize they can not solve the problem, they ask for radio help and - what a surprise! - get interesting answers from the Zeeleeuw research vessel and its 21 marine scientists on board, that appears to be in the

  6. Build a WWW Homepage for Your School!

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    Chrobak, Kimberly

    1995-01-01

    Discusses the use of World Wide Web (WWW) Homepage for school information. Topics include school sites; installation of a WWW browser; file tags; sites for beginner's guides to the language (HTML); two Usenet discussion groups; and a sample lesson plan including objective, procedure, and evaluation. (AEF)

  7. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute National Asthma Education and Prevention Program

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    ... www.aanma.org American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 414–272–6071 www.aaaai.org American Academy ... www.aasa.org American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 847–427–1200 www.acaai.org American Lung ...

  8. Trastornos mentales y del comportamiento orgánico

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    Roberto Anselmo Ramos Valverde

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available La personalidad es plurideterminada, integrada por factores biológicos, psicológicos y socioculturales en igual jerarquía funcional y concatenación dialéctica, concepción necesaria para comprender el origen y formación de los procesos psicológicos. (1 En el Tercer Glosario Cubano de Psiquiatría (GC-3 se define como trastorno orgánico a los síndromes psiquiátricos, cuyas manifestaciones actuales fundamentales son la consecuencia directa de una alteración anatomofisiológica conocida del encéfalo, que implica una merma intrínseca de su capacidad para servir de sostén a una actividad mental normal, hecho éste que lo diferencia de aquellas entidades, en que la armonía funcional del cerebro se ve alterada por una sobrecarga de estrés o un aprendizaje anormal, que bloquea las capacidades fundamentales del órgano gestor del psiquismo sin destruirlas. (2, 3 Se entiende por trastornos mentales y del comportamiento orgánicos al conjunto de síntomas o comportamientos identificables en la práctica clínica, que surgen como consecuencia de un daño tisular asentado en el cerebro o fuera de él, que afecta la fisiología del Sistema Nervioso Central (SNC y, con ella, los mecanismos de reflexión de la realidad. (3 Definir el concepto de trastornos mentales y del comportamiento orgánico y crear una nueva clasificación, teniendo en cuenta la gravedad de los síntomas de utilidad en la formación del médico general y como soporte bibliográfico para el residente de Psiquiatría, constituyó la motivación fundamental para la realización de este editorial. (3 Trastornos mentales y del comportamiento orgánico menores constituyen un conjunto de entidades nosológicas, cuya sintomatología causa malestar y afecta la adaptación creadora del sujeto al medio, teniendo en cuenta su carácter persistente e irreversible. En muchos casos, no provocan distorsión grave de la realidad objetiva, pueden ser orgánicos, propiamente dicho, si la lesi

  9. A user-friendly workflow for analysis of Illumina gene expression bead array data available at the arrayanalysis.org portal.

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    Eijssen, Lars M T; Goelela, Varshna S; Kelder, Thomas; Adriaens, Michiel E; Evelo, Chris T; Radonjic, Marijana

    2015-06-30

    Illumina whole-genome expression bead arrays are a widely used platform for transcriptomics. Most of the tools available for the analysis of the resulting data are not easily applicable by less experienced users. ArrayAnalysis.org provides researchers with an easy-to-use and comprehensive interface to the functionality of R and Bioconductor packages for microarray data analysis. As a modular open source project, it allows developers to contribute modules that provide support for additional types of data or extend workflows. To enable data analysis of Illumina bead arrays for a broad user community, we have developed a module for ArrayAnalysis.org that provides a free and user-friendly web interface for quality control and pre-processing for these arrays. This module can be used together with existing modules for statistical and pathway analysis to provide a full workflow for Illumina gene expression data analysis. The module accepts data exported from Illumina's GenomeStudio, and provides the user with quality control plots and normalized data. The outputs are directly linked to the existing statistics module of ArrayAnalysis.org, but can also be downloaded for further downstream analysis in third-party tools. The Illumina bead arrays analysis module is available at http://www.arrayanalysis.org . A user guide, a tutorial demonstrating the analysis of an example dataset, and R scripts are available. The module can be used as a starting point for statistical evaluation and pathway analysis provided on the website or to generate processed input data for a broad range of applications in life sciences research.

  10. Update on TAO moored ORG array

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    Freitag, H. Paul

    1994-01-01

    During the Coupled Ocean Atmosphere Response Experiment (COARE) six TAO moorings were equipped with optical rain gauges (ORG's). In late 1993 moorings deployed on the equator at 154E and 157.5E were recovered and not redeployed as they were augmentations to the TAO array for COARE only. In December 1993, four TAO moorings were equipped with ORG's: one each at 2N, 156E and 2S, 156E and ORG doublets on the equator at 0, 156E and 0, 165E. The 2N, 156E mooring has been lost. By the end of April all sites will have been serviced and six refurbished sensors will again be deployed in the same locations.

  11. Interactive web-taxonomy for the Araceae: www.cate-araceae.org

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    Haigh, A.; Mayo, S.J.; Croat, T.; Reynolds, L.; Mora Pinto, M.; Boyce, P.C.; Lay, L.; Bogner, J.; Clark, B.; Kostelac, C.; Hay, A.

    2009-01-01

    CATE (Creating a Taxonomic E-science) is a pilot project funded by the UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to test a model of internet taxonomy which aims to construct and maintain online a full descriptive taxonomic revision as a collective enterprise carried out by the specialist

  12. Sélection de sites web sur genre et économie

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    2017-01-01

    http://www.afedonline.com http://www.unog.ch/frames/library/bibliography/women.htm Les Femmes, bibliographie sélective 1988-1999, Bibliothèque des Nations Unies, Genève. http://www.africabib.org/womendb.html http://www.eclacpos.org Commission Economique pour l’Amérique Latine y les Caraïbes. Propose un système d’indicateurs prenant le genre en compte, “SISESIM 2001”. http://www.fao.org/Gender/en/agri-e.htm http://www.genderarena.com/genderarena/homepage.htm http://www.gn.apc.org/homenet H...

  13. PENYEBARAN INFORMASI MENGGUNAKAN WWW (WORLD WIDE WEB

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    Ika Atman Satya

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Media Informasi secara tradisional telah kita kenai dengan menggunakan koran, televisi, radio dan buku referensi. Media informasi tersebut untuk penyebarannya memerlukan penunjang agar informasi tersebut dapat disebarkan secara lutis. Selain penggunaan media tradisional tersebut penyebaran informasi dengan menggunakan jaringan komputer Internet juga berkembang. Salah satu cara penyebaran informasi dengan menggunakan aplikasi WWW (World Wide Web yang mempunyai kemampuan menggabungkan gambar, text dan suara secara interaktif. Pada tulisan ini akan dibahas tentang kemampuan, penggunaan dan pengembangan server WWW.

  14. http://www.bioline.org.br/js 120 Omental Torsion Mimicking Acute ...

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    This review discusses a 38 year old patient with all the signs and symptoms of acute appendicitis. At surgery a normal appendix and serosanguinous fluid were observed. Further routine exploration disclosed a twisted omentum. This segment was excised. Patient recovered quickly. There is a need for exploration of the ...

  15. 12 July 2015 www.criticalcare.org.za Europa Organisation Africa Tel ...

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    2015-07-12

    Jul 12, 2015 ... To determine deviations in ETT Pcuff from the recommended range during the intervals between ... For the entire study, 588 events causing Pcuff alterations were recorded. .... line with cervical spine/cricoid cartilage at C6.

  16. http://www.bioline.org.br/js 15 Practices of Makerere University ...

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    anatomy dissection are fundamental to the learning of human anatomy and eventual practice of medicine. ... Results:The overall response rate was 26.9%. Of the 82 ... manual and dissecting show significant sexual bias. There is a need to ...

  17. minepath.org: a free interactive pathway analysis web server.

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    Koumakis, Lefteris; Roussos, Panos; Potamias, George

    2017-07-03

    ( www.minepath.org ) is a web-based platform that elaborates on, and radically extends the identification of differentially expressed sub-paths in molecular pathways. Besides the network topology, the underlying MinePath algorithmic processes exploit exact gene-gene molecular relationships (e.g. activation, inhibition) and are able to identify differentially expressed pathway parts. Each pathway is decomposed into all its constituent sub-paths, which in turn are matched with corresponding gene expression profiles. The highly ranked, and phenotype inclined sub-paths are kept. Apart from the pathway analysis algorithm, the fundamental innovation of the MinePath web-server concerns its advanced visualization and interactive capabilities. To our knowledge, this is the first pathway analysis server that introduces and offers visualization of the underlying and active pathway regulatory mechanisms instead of genes. Other features include live interaction, immediate visualization of functional sub-paths per phenotype and dynamic linked annotations for the engaged genes and molecular relations. The user can download not only the results but also the corresponding web viewer framework of the performed analysis. This feature provides the flexibility to immediately publish results without publishing source/expression data, and get all the functionality of a web based pathway analysis viewer. © The Author(s) 2017. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids Research.

  18. Image Reference Database in Teleradiology: Migrating to WWW

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    Pasqui, Valdo

    The paper presents a multimedia Image Reference Data Base (IRDB) used in Teleradiology. The application was developed at the University of Florence in the framework of the European Community TELEMED Project. TELEMED overall goals and IRDB requirements are outlined and the resulting architecture is described. IRDB is a multisite database containing radiological images, selected because their scientific interest, and their related information. The architecture consists of a set of IRDB Installations which are accessed from Viewing Stations (VS) located at different medical sites. The interaction between VS and IRDB Installations follows the client-server paradigm and uses an OSI level-7 protocol, named Telemed Communication Language. After reviewing Florence prototype implementation and experimentation, IRDB migration to World Wide Web (WWW) is discussed. A possible scenery to implement IRDB on the basis of WWW model is depicted in order to exploit WWW servers and browsers capabilities. Finally, the advantages of this conversion are outlined.

  19. Global Application of the Assessment of Communication Skills of Paediatric Endocrinology Fellows in the Management of Differences in Sex Development Using the ESPE E-Learning.Org Portal

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    Kranenburg, Laura J C; Reerds, Sam T H; Cools, Martine

    2017-01-01

    endocrinology. Guidelines are created for the assessment of communication between health professionals and individuals with DSD and their parents. METHODS: Paediatric endocrinology fellows worldwide were invited to study two interactive online cases (www.espe-elearning.org) and to describe a best practice...... as a separate key item to better reflect the qualitative differences in the replies and for simplicity of use by evaluators. CONCLUSIONS: E-learning can play an important role in assessing communication skills. A practical tool is provided to assess how information is shared with patients with DSD...

  20. 75 FR 58465 - U.S. Department of State Advisory Committee on Private International Law: Notice of Annual Meeting

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    2010-09-24

    ... Choice of Court Agreements, the UNCITRAL E-Commerce and Letter of Credit Conventions, and others... Friday. Time permitting, the discussion is expected to focus on developments in a number of areas, e.g...://www.unidroit.org ; http://www.oas.org , and http://www.nccusl.org . We may, by e-mail, supplement...

  1. Garantia da qualidade no processamento de alimentos orgânicos

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    Elga Batista da Silva

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Os produtos orgânicos devem seguir normas específicas para que sejam assim classificados. O objetivo desse trabalho foi discutir aspectos fundamentais para a garantia da qualidade de produtos orgânicos processados. A elaboração de produtos orgânicos processados envolve várias dificuldades tecnológicas e legais, relacionadas a aspectos como proibição de aditivos em geral, busca pela certificação e riscos de contaminação cruzada com resíduos de matérias primas não orgânicas. Apesar dessas dificuldades, vantagens podem como a obtenção de alimentos com menor risco de acarretar efeitos deletérios à saúde (como câncer e alergias, preservação de ecossistemas e teores expressivos de nutrientes pode ser obtidas. Também é importante atestar que alimentos orgânicos industrializados sejam realmente isentos de resíduos de matérias primas convencionais a partir de análises sensíveis o bastante para essa finalidade. Conclui-se que o processamento industrial de orgânicos é uma área promissora, pois possibilita a elaboração de produtos alimentícios com diversos benefícios, de ordens nutricional e ambiental.

  2. Producción orgánica para una alimentación sana

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    Evangelina Méndez

    2016-01-01

    El presente trabajo se relaciona con la importancia del uso de fertilizantes o abonos orgánicos, como base para la producción de alimentos orgánicos, que incluye pruebas de laboratorio y la instrumentalización de encuestas a los grupos objetivos de insumos y productos orgánicos. Este artículo tiene como propósito dar a conocer los beneficios nutritivos de los productos orgánicos. El cuidado del medio ambiente y el interés por una alimentación sana han dado lugar al uso de fertilizantes orgáni...

  3. Páginas de colectivos LGBT portugueses

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    Ana Cristina Santos

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Associação Cultural Janela Indiscreta: http://www.lisbonfilmfest.org/ AT – Associação para o Estudo e Defesa dos Direitos à Identidade de Género: http://a-trans.planetaclix.pt/ Clube Safo: http://www.clubesafo.com/ ILGA Portugal: http://ilga-portugal.oninet.pt/ não te prives – Grupo de Defesa dos Direitos Sexuais: http://www.naoteprives.org/ Opus Gay: http://www.opusgay.org/ Panteras Rosa – Frente de Combate à LesBiGayTransfobia: http://www.panterasrosa.com/ Ponto Bi: http://www.pontobi....

  4. Analitiki iz Kreml.org / Gennadi Muravin

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    Muravin, Gennadi

    2003-01-01

    Internetileheküljel Kreml.org, kus ilmunud materjalide sisu vihjab nende päritolule presidendi- ja valitsusringkondadest, ilmub sageli materjale, mida võib lugeda ebasõbralikeks teiste riikide suhtes. Väljavõtteid tekstidest

  5. Selfsurvey.org

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    Winkler, Till J.; Sarstedt, Marko; Keil, Marian

    2015-01-01

    research model and a structural equation model-based prediction technique. Based on the partial least squares analysis results of a training dataset, selfsurvey employs a scoring algorithm to derive respondent-specific predicted scores, compares these with the observed scores, and provides visualized......This design research builds on the idea to combine the strengths of traditional survey research with a more practice-oriented benchmarking approach. We present selfsurvey.org, an online survey platform that allows providing instant and respondent-specific feedback based on a scientifically grounded...... and text-based outputs. Our evaluation of selfsurvey in the context of a maturity benchmarking study provides an indication for the perceived usefulness of this artifact and its underlying scoring algorithm. We argue that this prediction-based approach, which goes far beyond the functionality of common...

  6. CHOgenome.org 2.0: Genome resources and website updates.

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    Kremkow, Benjamin G; Baik, Jong Youn; MacDonald, Madolyn L; Lee, Kelvin H

    2015-07-01

    Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells are a major host cell line for the production of therapeutic proteins, and CHO cell and Chinese hamster (CH) genomes have recently been sequenced using next-generation sequencing methods. CHOgenome.org was launched in 2011 (version 1.0) to serve as a database repository and to provide bioinformatics tools for the CHO community. CHOgenome.org (version 1.0) maintained GenBank CHO-K1 genome data, identified CHO-omics literature, and provided a CHO-specific BLAST service. Recent major updates to CHOgenome.org (version 2.0) include new sequence and annotation databases for both CHO and CH genomes, a more user-friendly website, and new research tools, including a proteome browser and a genome viewer. CHO cell-line specific sequences and annotations facilitate cell line development opportunities, several of which are discussed. Moving forward, CHOgenome.org will host the increasing amount of CHO-omics data and continue to make useful bioinformatics tools available to the CHO community. Copyright © 2015 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

  7. Design guidelines for teaching about design guidelines for educational WWW-sites

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    Collis, Betty; Winnips, Koos; Ottmann, Thomas; Tomek, Ivan

    1998-01-01

    This paper describes how the authors use a mixture of World Wide Web (WWW)-based functionalities and new didactics to teach educational technology students at the University of Twente (Netherlands) about the design of WWW-based learning environments. Topics discussed include: (1) the content of

  8. Producción orgánica para una alimentación sana

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    Evangelina Méndez

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo se relaciona con la importancia del uso de fertilizantes o abonos orgánicos, como base para la producción de alimentos orgánicos, que incluye pruebas de laboratorio y la instrumentalización de encuestas a los grupos objetivos de insumos y productos orgánicos. Este artículo tiene como propósito dar a conocer los beneficios nutritivos de los productos orgánicos. El cuidado del medio ambiente y el interés por una alimentación sana han dado lugar al uso de fertilizantes orgánicos en cultivos, facilitando la producción de alimentos frescos y sanos, libres de sustancias tóxicas conocidos como alimentos orgánicos. Durante las actividades del proyecto de investigación IC-ULVRG12-10 "GUIA PARA EXPORTAR ABONO ORGANICO HACIA LOS PRINCIPALES MERCADOS DE ESTADOS UNIDOS, EUROPA y SUDAMERICA" la muestra encuestada demostró que no se encuentra lo suficientemente concientizada sobre el uso y beneficio de los productos orgánicos, sin embargo existe interés por parte del consumidor al consultar directamente en el lugar de compra sobre los mismos, especialmente los vegetales. Durante la investigación experimental las pruebas de laboratorio confirman el alto valor nutricional que aportan los abonos orgánicos al suelo y a las plantas.

  9. http://www.bioline.org.br/js 104 Penetrating Tracheal Injuries – A ...

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    airway and prompt repair is the mainstay of management of penetrating tracheal injuries. Introduction ... tracheal injury was made in the 16th century ... Pearson 7 Harrington8 Sheely9 and Hood10 ..... Ed Am Col Surg (Chicago) .p.391. 12.

  10. http://www.bioline.org.br/js 37 The Prevalence Overexpression Of C ...

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    The Prevalence Overexpression Of C-Erbb-2 Oncoprotein In Carcinoma Of The Prostate-. Mulago Hospital. R. Alenyo1, M. Odida2, S Watya1. 1Department of Surgery, 2Department of Pathology, Makerere University, Kampala – Uganda. Correpondence to: Dr. Rose Alenyo, Email: Rose Alenyo ,.

  11. East and Central African Journal of Surgery http://www.bioline.org.br ...

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    Cervical myelopathy from traditional bonesetters' treatment of spinal injury. O.E. Idowu1,2, O.C. ... patient management by this sect of health providers are still a burden in our society. ... rotation of the cervical spine takes place at this joint2.

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    Full Text Available Objective: To illustrate the patient safety culture in Oman as gleaned via 12 indices of patient safety culture derived from the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture (HSPSC and to compare the average positive response rates in patient safety culture between Oman and the USA, Taiwan, and Lebanon. Methods: This was a cross-sectional research study employed to gauge the performance of HSPSC safety indices among health workers representing five secondary and tertiary care hospitals in the northern region of Oman. The participants (n=398 represented different professional designations of hospital staff. Analyses were performed using univariate statistics. Results: The overall average positive response rate for the 12 patient safety culture dimensions of the HSPSC survey in Oman was 58%. The indices from HSPSC that were endorsed the highest included ‘organizational learning and continuous improvement’ while conversely, ‘non-punitive response to errors’ was ranked the least. There were no significant differences in average positive response rates between Oman and the United States (58% vs. 61%; p=0.666, Taiwan (58% vs. 64%; p=0.386, and Lebanon (58% vs. 61%; p=0.666. Conclusion: This study provides the first empirical study on patient safety culture in Oman which is similar to those rates reported elsewhere. It highlights the specific strengths and weaknesses which may stem from the specific milieu prevailing in Oman.

  13. East and Central African Journal of Surgery http://www.bioline.org.br ...

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    Technology, Mbarara, Uganda .Correspondence to: ... of emergency department visits.4 Abdominal trauma is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality ... patient's medical records (i.e. referral form, if he had been referred) was done. For the ...

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    HIV and Male Fertility at the University Teaching Hospital Lusaka ... diagnosis of infertility seen at the Urology Clinic, to the national HIV prevalence among men of ... Infertile. Population. Figure 1. Frequency of HIV in Infertile and Normal Population. Discussion. HIV infection affects male and female reproduction. Females ...

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    Choking sensation41 can be reduced by an antitussive e.g. oral morphine ... This is due to the local effects of dysphagia and odynophagia in addition to the ... of not only pain and other physical symptoms but also psychological, social and ...

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    Full Text Available Solid pseudopapillary neoplasm of the pancreas is a rare tumor of the pancreas often detected initially on imaging. Of uncertain histogenesis, it has a low-grade malignant potential with excellent post-surgical curative rates and rare metastasis. Despite advances in imaging, pseudocysts and other cystic neoplasms feature in the differential diagnosis. Pathological and/or cytological evaluation remains the gold standard in reaching a definitive diagnosis. On morphology alone, other primary pancreatic tumors and metastatic tumors pose a diagnostic challenge. Recent advances in immunohistochemical characterization have made the histopathologic diagnosis more specific and, in turn, shed light on the likely histogenesis of this rare tumor. We report a case of solid pseudopapillary neoplasm of the pancreas that was suspected on radiology and diagnosed intraoperatively on imprint cytology guiding definitive surgery. The diagnostic dilemmas are reviewed.

  17. All rights reserved and www.bioline.org.br/ja Assessment of Tree ...

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    recent times, thereby posing appreciable risk of local extinction to some ... Fig 1: Map showing study area; fresh and mangrove swamp of. University of Lagos .... African oil palm. 43. 10. 29. ... Brazilian rose tree, blue trumpet tree. 52. 13. 41.

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    retrospective analysis of 95 patients and review of literature. Otolaryngol Pol. 1996;. 50(6): 567-78. 7. Lee JH, Smith RJ. Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis: pathogenesis to treatment. Curr. Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2005 Dec; 13(6): 354-9. 8. Rosen CA, Woodsen GE, Thompson JW, Hengesteg AP, Bradlow HL.

  19. http://www.bioline.org.br/js 101 Aetiological Profile of Facial Nerve ...

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    Background: Facial nerve abnormalities represent a broad spectrum of lesions which are commonly seen by the otolaryngologist. The aim of this paper is to highlight the aetiologic profile of facial nerve palsy. Methods: A retrospective study of patients with facial nerve palsy seen in the Ear, Nose and Throat clinic for 5 years.

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    East and Central African Journal of Surgery ... Investigations and intra-operative findings were suggestive of testicular torsion. We report this case because of its unusual ... The diagnosis is made mainly through clinical examination and signs.

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    The youth and young adults were the ... The time interval between the trauma and the patient arrival at the hospital and management ... findings and outcome of management of traumatic haemoperitoneum. Patients .... Sport (Football). 3. 1. 4.0.

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    This increases the chances of misdiagnosis with resultant complications and sometimes need-less surgery. The causes of scrotal pain include epididymitis, epididymo- orchitis, testicular torsion, appendicular torsion, trauma, Fournier's gangrene, testicular vasculitis, testicular tumor with tumor necrosis or haemorrhage into it ...

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    populations in Asia, far-east, and North America. By far reported cases ... Zomba Central hospital with long standing history of a giant scalp cutenous horn for about 28 years .Excision ... educative pathologies goes under reported. Case Report.

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    and there were no signs of brain atrophy on the CT scan. In addition, many authors believe that pregnancy increases the risk of stroke16. The bridging veins may rupture after a sudden increased pressure during labour and delivery15, due to venous congestion during pregnancy. A pre- existing aneurysm may also rupture ...

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    3Department of surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Addis Ababa University (AAU), Addis ... In animal study, VAD decreased thyroidal iodine uptake and impaired thyroglobulin (Tg) ..... group A and 12/95 in group B; small were vitamin A deficient.

  6. WWW-based remote analysis framework for UniSampo and Shaman analysis software

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    Aarnio, P.A.; Ala-Heikkilae, J.J.; Routti, J.T.; Nikkinen, M.T.

    2005-01-01

    UniSampo and Shaman are well-established analytical tools for gamma-ray spectrum analysis and the subsequent radionuclide identification. These tools are normally run locally on a Unix or Linux workstation in interactive mode. However, it is also possible to run them in batch/non-interactive mode by starting them with the correct parameters. This is how they are used in the standard analysis pipeline operation. This functionality also makes it possible to use them for remote operation over the network. Framework for running UniSampo and Shaman analysis using the standard WWW-protocol has been developed. A WWW-server receives requests from the client WWW-browser and runs the analysis software via a set of CGI-scripts. Authentication, input data transfer, and output and display of the final analysis results is all carried out using standard WWW-mechanisms. This WWW-framework can be utilized, for example, by organizations that have radioactivity surveillance stations in a wide area. A computer with a standard internet/intranet connection suffices for on-site analyses. (author)

  7. WWW-based environments for collaborative group work

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    Collis, Betty

    1998-01-01

    Since 1994, we have been involved in the design and use of a series of WWW-based environments to support collaborative group work for students in a technical university in The Netherlands. These environments, and the course re-design that accompanies each new environment, began in April 1994 and

  8. Improvement of WWW chart of the nuclides interface

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    Okamoto, Tsutomu; Minato, Futoshi; Iwamoto, Osamu; Koura, Hiroyuki

    2016-03-01

    The booklet 'chart of the nuclides' is issued every 4 years since 1976 from Nuclear Data Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency. The chart of the nuclides for WWW (World Wide Web) was developed in 1999 in order to be available from the Internet browser. The Internet connection speeds, browser functions and JavaScript libraries has, however, progressed at present compared with the Internet technology in those days. In connection with the release of the 2014 edition of the chart of the nuclides, the interface of the WWW chart of the nuclides has been improved by introducing new Internet technologies aiming at enhancing convenience on accessibilities via browsers. We introduced a scrolling screen that would make capabilities of easy screen movement on a map with the addition of the drag scrolling function. Considering smart phone access, the light-weight edition which introduced automatic switch was prepared. The new system results in reduction in access time and usefulness in mobile environment. The method of making figures of the chart was reconsidered due to addition of new decay schemes to the 2014 edition. SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) was adopted so as to make figures easily. It is concluded that the accessibilities of WWW chart of the nuclides are substantially improved from the previous version by introducing the new technologies. (author)

  9. 10.5402 | dx.doi.org

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    Home; public; Volumes; pram; 082; 01; dx.doi.org; 10.5402; 2012; 631504.pdf. 404! error. The page your are looking for can not be found! Please check the link or use the navigation bar at the top. YouTube; Twitter; Facebook; Blog. Academy News. IAS Logo. 29th Mid-year meeting. Posted on 19 January 2018. The 29th ...

  10. Strategy of development and online marketing for website www.skutecnydarek.cz

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    Fodor, Aleš

    2011-01-01

    The goal of this bachelor's thesis is to suggest particular online marketing strategy for People in need's website - www.skutecnydarek.cz. Firstly the thesis is going to aim at analysing the present condition of marketing activities and the quality of the web site for www.skutecnydarek.cz. Then the online marketing strategy is going be developed.

  11. CSIR and its activities in the European Union's (EU) framework programmes (FPs): special focus on FP6

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    2006-02-01

    Full Text Available for human health 1 Fraunhofer Institute, Germany www.pharma-planta.org FLOSSWorld Free/Libre/Open Source Software: Worldwide impact study 2 University of Maastricht - UNU-MERIT, The Netherlands http://www.flossworld.org/ index.php IST...-Africa Regional Impact of Information Society Technologies in Africa 2 International Information Management Corporation Limited, Ireland http://www.ist-africa. org/2005/ EUDEVLAS A framework for innovation comprising EU and Developing...

  12. Norwegian long-term care: Legacies, trends, and controversies - See more at: http://www.gigapp.org/index.php/component/jresearch/?view=publication&task=show&id=1807#sthash.eCzEqbqK.dpuf

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    Daatland, SveinOlav

    2015-02-01

    ? Have the policy tools (services, transfers, funding or models of provision changed? To what extent have these policies been successful in coping with social and economic problems? To what extent a social demand in favour of these changes exist? What are the main political and social actors intervening as stakeholders in these policies? Finally, what are the major similarities and differences existing between the two countries? To what extent are there policy proposals that might easily travel between them? Could they foster mutually enriching exchanges of information? - See more at: http://www.gigapp.org/index.php/component/jresearch/?view=publication&task=show&id=1807#sthash.GBgfdaqa.dpuf

  13. Brancherapport: Z-org benchmarkonderzoek thuiszorg 2004.

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    2005-01-01

    In 2004-2005 werd voor de derde keer binnen de thuiszorg een benchmarkonderzoek gehouden. Dit qua opzet en scope unieke onderzoek is gehouden onder de leden van Z-org. Het is een vergelijkend onderzoek onder klanten, medewerkers en binnen de zorgorganisaties zelf waarbij het de bedoeling is te leren

  14. Building Trust and Capacity: Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration to Transition Pro-Government Non-State Armed Groups

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    2009-05-11

    Desenvolupament, Cambodia, http://www.escolapau.org/img/programas/desarme/ mapa /camboyai.pdf (accessed 19 March 2009). In Ethiopia, follow its war with Eritrea...de Pau. “Cambodia.” Escola de Cultura de Pau, http://www.escolapau.org/img/programas/desarme/ mapa /camboyai.pdf (accessed March 20, 2009). 69...Escola de Cultura de Pau. “Eritrea.” Escola de Cultura de Pau, http://www.escolapau.org/img/programas/desarme/ mapa /eritreai.pdf (accessed March 20

  15. Factores psicosociales relacionados con la rehospitalización de pacientes con psicosis orgánica

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    2001-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo. Conocer los factores psicosociales relacionados con la frecuente rehospitalización de pacientes con psicosis orgánica. Material y métodos. Estudio de tipo observacional descriptivo, de corte transversal. La muestra estuvo formada por 33 pacientes del Hospital Psiquiátrico Guillermo Dávila, con Unidad de Medicina Familiar Número 10 del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social de la Ciudad de México, con psicosis orgánica y quienes durante los años de 1993-1994 presentaron más de dos rehospitalizaciones. Instrumentos: Entrevista grabada, o muestra de conversación de cinco minutos, para la emoción expresada (EE, cuestionarios mixtos para la Concepción de Enfermedad y la Relación médico-paciente. La validez y confiabilidad de los datos se establecieron con las pruebas de Kappa y Alpha de Cronbach y se efectuó análisis estadístico descriptivo e inferencial. Resultados. El 60.9% de los familiares presentan alto nivel de EE, es decir, expresan crítica, hostilidad o sobreinvolucramiento emocional; el 64.3% de los sujetos de la muestra conviven más de 35 horas a la semana con familiares que presentan Alta EE. Conclusiones. Altos niveles de EE estuvieron asociados con los frecuentes reingresos a hospitalización. Existe mayor conocimiento de las características de la enfermedad por parte del familiar que del paciente. La relación médico-paciente es satisfactoria pero no forma conciencia de enfermedad ni propicia apego al tratamiento terapeútico. El texto completo en inglés de este artículo está disponible en: http://www.insp.mx/salud/index.html

  16. El Comercio Internacional de Productos Orgánicos: Retos y Desafíos

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    Evangelina Méndez

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    Full Text Available Durante las actividades del proyecto de investigación Guía para exportar abono orgánico hacia los principales mercados de Estados Unidos, Europa y Sudamérica, el uso de una plataforma virtual permitió conocer e identificar el impacto de la tecnología en la producción y comercialización de productos orgánicos, que a su vez involucró: el interés por parte de productores orgánicos para darse a conocer a través de medios virtuales, el acceso a equipos que permiten controlar a tiempo eventuales plagas, las oportunidades para obtener certificaciones orgánicas, restricciones e ingreso a mercados internacionales a través de medios virtuales. Este proyecto generó una respuesta que nos vincula directamente con productores orgánicos a nivel nacional e internacional, los resultados de análisis de un abono orgánico demostraron que es necesario realizar un estudio de factibilidad del suelo a través del uso de equipos especializados, laboratorios acreditados y capacitaciones constantes para obtener una certificación orgánica, obligando al productor a alinearse a esta nueva tendencia que le permitirá ingresar en mercados internacionales. Esto a su vez está transformando la agricultura convencional en una agricultura de precisión e inteligente, constituyéndose en un reto para productores y exportadores orgánicos.

  17. re3data.org - a global registry of research data repositories

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    Pampel, Heinz; Vierkant, Paul; Elger, Kirsten; Bertelmann, Roland; Witt, Michael; Schirmbacher, Peter; Rücknagel, Jessika; Kindling, Maxi; Scholze, Frank; Ulrich, Robert

    2016-04-01

    re3data.org - the registry of research data repositories lists over 1,400 research data repositories from all over the world making it the largest and most comprehensive online catalog of research data repositories on the web. The registry is a valuable tool for researchers, funding organizations, publishers and libraries. re3data.org provides detailed information about research data repositories, and its distinctive icons help researchers to easily identify relevant repositories for accessing and depositing data sets [1]. Funding agencies, like the European Commission [2] and research institutions like the University of Bielefeld [3] already recommend the use of re3data.org in their guidelines and policies. Several publishers and journals like Copernicus Publications, PeerJ, and Nature's Scientific Data recommend re3data.org in their editorial policies as a tool for the easy identification of appropriate data repositories to store research data. Project partners in re3data.org are the Library and Information Services department (LIS) of the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, the Computer and Media Service at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, the Purdue University Libraries and the KIT Library at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). After its fusion with the U.S. American DataBib in 2014, re3data.org continues as a service of DataCite from 2016 on. DataCite is the international organization for the registration of Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) for research data and aims to improve their citation. The poster describes the current status and the future plans of re3data.org. [1] Pampel H, et al. (2013) Making Research Data Repositories Visible: The re3data.org Registry. PLoS ONE 8(11): e78080. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0078080. [2] European Commission (2015): Guidelines on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Research Data in Horizon 2020. Available: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/grants_manual/hi/oa_pilot/h2020-hi

  18. DISTANT EARLY WARNING SYSTEM for Tsunamis - A wide-area and multi-hazard approach

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    Hammitzsch, Martin; Lendholt, Matthias; Wächter, Joachim

    2010-05-01

    system and to extend the CCUI with hazard specific functionality. The presentation covers the DEWS project, the system architecture and the CCUI in conjunction with details of information logistics. The DEWS Wide Area Centre connecting national centres to allow the international communication and warning exchange is presented also. REFERENCES: [1] DEWS, www.dews-online.org [2] OGC, www.opengeospatial.org [3] SWE, www.opengeospatial.org/projects/groups/sensorweb [4] Eclipse RCP, www.eclipse.org/home/categories/rcp.php [5] uDig, udig.refractions.net [6] WMS, www.opengeospatial.org/standards/wms [7] WFS, www.opengeospatial.org/standards/wfs [8] WPS, www.opengeospatial.org/standards/wps [9] OASIS, www.oasis-open.org [10] CAP, www.oasis-open.org/specs/#capv1.1 [11] EDXL-DE, www.oasis-open.org/specs/#edxlde-v1.0 [12] SOAP, www.w3.org/TR/soap [13] GITEWS (German Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System) is a project of the German Federal Government to aid the recon¬struction of the tsunami-prone Indian Ocean region, www.gitews.org [14] The Tsunami Service Bus is the GITEWS sensor system integration platform offering standardised services for the detection and monitoring of tsunamis

  19. Computer programs to make a Chart of the nuclides for WWW

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    Nakagawa, Tsuneo; Katakura, Jun-ichi; Horiguchi, Takayoshi

    1999-06-01

    Computer programs to make a chart of the nuclides for World Wide Web (WWW) have been developed. The programs make a data file for WWW chart of the nuclides from a data file containing nuclide information in the format similar to ENSDF, by filling unknown half-lives with calculated ones. Then, the WWW chart of the nuclides in the gif format is created from the data file. The programs to make html files and image map files, to select a chart of selected nuclides, and to show various information of nuclides are included in the system. All the programs are written in C language. This report describes the formats of files, the programs and 1998 issue of Chart of the Nuclides made by means of the present programs. (author)

  20. Errors in Length-weight Parameters at FishBase.org

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    Michael Courtney; Simeon Cole-Fletcher; Lucas Marin-Salcedo; Ajaya Rana

    2011-01-01

    Background: FishBase.org is an on-line database of fish related data that has been cited over 1500 times in the fisheries literature. Length-weight relationships in fish traditionally employ the model, W(L) = aL^b^, where L is length and W is weight. Parameters a and b are catalogued by FishBase for a large number of sources and species. FishBase.org detects outliers in a plot of log(a) vs. b to identify dubious length-weight parameters.

  1. Kiva.org: Crowd-Sourced Microfinance & Cooperation in Group Lending

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    Hartley, Scott

    2010-01-01

    At the end of 2008 Kiva.org announced the creation of “Lending Teams,” or cohesive open or closed membership groups established and categorized according to scope. These Lending Teams introduce forms of cooperative many-to-one and many-to-many group lending, based on tenuous concepts of identity. Groups vary according to category, size, scope, and activity, and this impacts participatory vitality of crowd-sourced lending. Looking specifically at Kiva.org as a prominent online community for p...

  2. Accessing HEP Collaboration documents using WWW and WAIS

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    Nguyen, T.D.; Buckley-Geer, E.; Ritchie, D.J.

    1995-09-01

    WAIS stands for Wide Area Information Server. It is a distributed information retrieval system. A WAIS system has a client-server architecture which consists of clients talking to a server via a TCP/IP network using the ANSI standard Z39-50 VI protocol. A freely available version (FreeWAIS) is supported by the Clearinghouse for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval, also known as CNIDR. FreeWAIS-sf, which is the software the authors are using at Fermilab, is an extension of FreeWAIS. FreeWAIS-sf supports all the functionalities which FreeWAIS offers as well as additional indexing and searching capabilities for structured fields. World Wide Web (WWW) was originally developed by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN and is now the backbone for serving information on Internet. Here, the authors describe a system for accessing HEP collaboration documents using WWW and WAIS

  3. Accessing HEP Collaboration documents using WWW and WAIS

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    Nguyen, T.D.; Buckley-Geer, E.; Ritchie, D.J.

    1995-09-01

    WAIS stands for Wide Area Information Server. It is a distributed information retrieval system. A WAIS system has a client-server architecture which consists of clients talking to a server via a TCP/IP network using the ANSI standard Z39-50 VI protocol. A freely available version (FreeWAIS) is supported by the Clearinghouse for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval, also known as CNIDR. FreeWAIS-sf, which is the software the authors are using at Fermilab, is an extension of FreeWAIS. FreeWAIS-sf supports all the functionalities which FreeWAIS offers as well as additional indexing and searching capabilities for structured fields. World Wide Web (WWW) was originally developed by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN and is now the backbone for serving information on Internet. Here, the authors describe a system for accessing HEP collaboration documents using WWW and WAIS.

  4. Identifying Instability Pockets

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    2014-12-04

    Shalini Signh, Domestic Tourism in Asia: A Diversity and Divergence (London: Earthscan), 183. 30...125 Solomon. 126 Globalpolicy.Org, “Water In Conflict,” (2014), accessed June 30, 2014, http://www.globalpolicy.org/the- dark -side-of-natural-resources...Globalpolicy.Org. “Water In Conflict,” (2014). Accessed June 30, 2014. http://www.globalpolicy.org/the- dark -side-of-natural-resources-st/water-in-conflict.html

  5. Making research data repositories visible: the re3data.org Registry.

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    Heinz Pampel

    Full Text Available Researchers require infrastructures that ensure a maximum of accessibility, stability and reliability to facilitate working with and sharing of research data. Such infrastructures are being increasingly summarized under the term Research Data Repositories (RDR. The project re3data.org-Registry of Research Data Repositories-has begun to index research data repositories in 2012 and offers researchers, funding organizations, libraries and publishers an overview of the heterogeneous research data repository landscape. In July 2013 re3data.org lists 400 research data repositories and counting. 288 of these are described in detail using the re3data.org vocabulary. Information icons help researchers to easily identify an adequate repository for the storage and reuse of their data. This article describes the heterogeneous RDR landscape and presents a typology of institutional, disciplinary, multidisciplinary and project-specific RDR. Further the article outlines the features of re3data.org, and shows how this registry helps to identify appropriate repositories for storage and search of research data.

  6. Making research data repositories visible: the re3data.org Registry.

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    Pampel, Heinz; Vierkant, Paul; Scholze, Frank; Bertelmann, Roland; Kindling, Maxi; Klump, Jens; Goebelbecker, Hans-Jürgen; Gundlach, Jens; Schirmbacher, Peter; Dierolf, Uwe

    2013-01-01

    Researchers require infrastructures that ensure a maximum of accessibility, stability and reliability to facilitate working with and sharing of research data. Such infrastructures are being increasingly summarized under the term Research Data Repositories (RDR). The project re3data.org-Registry of Research Data Repositories-has begun to index research data repositories in 2012 and offers researchers, funding organizations, libraries and publishers an overview of the heterogeneous research data repository landscape. In July 2013 re3data.org lists 400 research data repositories and counting. 288 of these are described in detail using the re3data.org vocabulary. Information icons help researchers to easily identify an adequate repository for the storage and reuse of their data. This article describes the heterogeneous RDR landscape and presents a typology of institutional, disciplinary, multidisciplinary and project-specific RDR. Further the article outlines the features of re3data.org, and shows how this registry helps to identify appropriate repositories for storage and search of research data.

  7. El Salvador and Guatemala: Security Sector Reform and Political Party System Effects on Organized Crime

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    2009-06-01

    Labor Unrest and Organized Crime.” September 1995. http://www.envio.org.ni/ articulo /1891 (accessed June 8, 2009). 117 Ibid. 118 Call...Free Market Myth.” June 2005. http://www.envio.org.ni/ articulo /2975 (accessed May 22, 2009). ———. “Labor Unrest and Organized Crime.” September 1995...http://www.envio.org.ni/ articulo /1891 (accessed June 8, 2009). Richani, Nazih. “Systems of Violence and their Political Economy in Post-Conflict

  8. The New Triad. Diffusion, Illusion, and Confusion in the Nuclear Mission

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    2016-09-01

    Prevention of WMD Proliferation and Terrorism ( New York : Vintage Books , 2008), https://www.absa.org/leg/WorldAtRisk. pdf. and debating the merits and...the Commission on the Prevention of WMD Proliferation and Terrorism. New York : Vintage Books , 2008. https://www.absa.org/leg/WorldAtRisk.pdf. Guthe...Findings of the Nuclear Posture Review , Department of Defense Press Briefing, January  9,  2002, http://www.fas.org/ sgp/ news /2002/01/npr-briefing.html

  9. Improving Statistical Machine Translation Through N-best List Re-ranking and Optimization

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    2014-03-27

    Linguistics, Boulder, Colorado, June 2009. URL http://www.aclweb.org/ anthology /N/N09/ N09-1025. [31] Dahlgren, Peter. “The Internet, public spheres, and...Computational Linguis- tics, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2007. URL http://www.aclweb.org/ anthology /W/ W07/W07-0232. [36] Duh, Kevin and Katrin Kirchhoff. “Beyond...Computational Linguistics, Columbus, Ohio, June 2008. URL http://www.aclweb.org/ anthology /P/P08/P08-2010. [37] Felice, Mariano and Lucia Specia

  10. Cultivo de hortaliças no sistema orgânico

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    Maria Aparecida Nogueira Sediyama

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available As hortaliças são os alimentos que mais se destacam, em artigos científicos e em jornais, quando se trata de contaminação com agrotóxicos. Isso tem levado ao aumento na demanda por produtos orgânicos por parte dos consumidores. Há, então, a necessidade de se desenvolverem tecnologias que viabilizem esses sistemas, atendendo ao consumidor e melhorando a renda dos agricultores, geralmente de base familiar. A produção de hortaliças em sistema orgânico requer tecnologias que respeitem os processos ecológicos, que promovam o aumento da matéria orgânica do solo e que sejam poupadoras de energia. Neste artigo, são discutidas algumas dessas tecnologias e resultados de pesquisas, com foco em produção de mudas, manejo e adubação do solo, adubação verde, rotação de culturas, consórcio de hortaliças, manejo de plantas espontâneas e manejo de pragas e doenças, que são práticas aprovadas pelas normas para produção orgânica e seguem os princípios agroecológicos, que contribuem para a maior eficiência energética dos sistemas produtivos e, em conjunto, para o necessário desenvolvimento do setor de produção de hortaliças orgânicas com base científica.

  11. www.kernenergie.de - nuclear power has a German Internet address

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    2000-01-01

    www.kernenergie.de is the address on the worldwide web under which the German nuclear organizations, Deutsches Atomforum (DAtF), Informationskreis Kernenergie (IK), and Kerntechnische Gesellschaft (KTG) as well as atw - internationale Zeitschrift fuer Kernenergie, and INFORUM can be reached. Extensive sources of information, discussions, on-line dictionaries, computer codes, dynamic web pages, digital documents and multimedia offerings can be called up via the portal under the individual web sites. In this way, www.kernenergie.de provides a comprehensive and up-to-date background of information about nuclear power and adjacent topics in the digital worldwide web. (orig.) [de

  12. Arthritis - resources

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    Resources - arthritis ... The following organizations provide more information on arthritis : American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons -- orthoinfo.aaos.org/menus/arthritis.cfm Arthritis Foundation -- www.arthritis.org Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- www. ...

  13. Diabetes - resources

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    Resources - diabetes ... The following sites provide further information on diabetes: American Diabetes Association -- www.diabetes.org Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International -- www.jdrf.org National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion -- ...

  14. Materia orgánica del suelo: papel de las enmiendas orgánica

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    El suelo es una mezcla de sólidos orgánicos e inorgánicos, de aire, de agua y de microorganismos. Estas cuatro fases están interrelacionadas entre sí, de forma que: 1) las reacciones entre los componentes de la fase sólida afectan a la composición del agua y del aire del suelo; 2) el aire y el agua del suelo meteorizan los componentes de la fase sólida; 3) los microorganismos del suelo catalizan muchas de las reacciones que tienen lugar en el suelo (Bohn et al. 1979).

  15. alpha-MSH and Org.2766 in peripheral nerve regeneration: different routes of delivery.

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    Van der Zee, C E; Brakkee, J H; Gispen, W H

    1988-03-15

    The efficacy of melanocortins (alpha-MSH and an ACTH-(4-9) analog, Org.2766) in accelerating functional recovery from sciatic nerve damage following various types of subcutaneous and oral administration was assessed in the rat. Furthermore, the effectiveness of the local delivery of melanocortins to the site of injury was examined. An accelerated recovery was evident following subcutaneous constant delivery of Org.2766 from an osmotic mini-pump and from biodegradable polymere microspheres, and was as effective as repeated subcutaneous injections of alpha-MSH or Org.2766. Oral administration of Org.2766 was ineffective. Local application of Org.2766, achieved by wrapping a peptide-impregnated biodegradable gelatine foam matrix around the site of injury, facilitated recovery as well. The biodegradable microspheres and gelatine foam matrix may be of importance in eventual clinical use as effective vehicles for administration of melanocortins in the treatment of peripheral nerve damage.

  16. GreatSchools.org Finds Its Niche

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    Samuels, Christina A.

    2012-01-01

    GreatSchools.org neatly ranks more than 136,000 traditional public, private, and charter schools nationwide on a scale of 1 to 10, based on state test scores. But what often draws readers are the gossipy insider comments posted by parents, students, and teachers, and the star ratings those commenters contribute. The growth of online school rating…

  17. Bilimsel Toplantı Duyuruları

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    Full Text Available 24th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment January 24, 2010-January 29, 2010 San Diego C, USA URL: http://www.chadwickcenter.org/conference AAFS 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting 22 February 2010-27 February 2010 Putting Our Forensic House in Order: Examining Validation and Expelling Incompetence Seattle, WA 98101 URL: www.aafs.org/default.asp?section_id=meetings&page_id= aafs_annual_meeting 49th Annual Meeting of the US Society of Toxicology (SOT 7 March 2010-11 March 2010 Salt Lake City, Utah, USA URL: www.toxicology.org/AI/MEET/AM2010/ XIXth Mediterranean International Congress of Legal Medicine 7 April 2010-10 April 2010 Tozeur, Tunisia URL: www.aefms.org/j.med.leg.tozeur/jmmlE/index.html ESF-LiU Conference 3 May 2010-7 May 2010 Violations of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Investigation and Prevention of Torture and Death in Custody Linköping, Sweden URL: www.esf.org/conferences/10318 7th Annual Meeting Balkan Academy of Forensic Science 03 June 2010-06 June 2010 Tirana, Albania URL: http://www.balkanforensic.org 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners (ASQDE 28 September 2010 Victoria, BC, USA URL: www.asqde.org 20th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences (ANZFSS 5 September 2010-9 September 2010 Sydney, Australia URL: www.anzfss2010.com 10th Indo Pacific Congress on Legal Medicine and Forensic Science 25 - 30 October 2010 New Delhi, India E-mail : p kchatt op adhyay@amity.edu National Association of Medical Examiners 44th Annual Meeting 1 October 2010-6 October 2010 Cleveland, OH. USA URL: www.thename.org 46. Ulusal Psikiyatri Kongresi 5\tEkim 2010-9 Ekim 2010 İzmir, Türkiye URL: http://www.psikiyatri2010.org/ 9. Adli Bilimler Kongresi 14 Ekim 2010-17 Ekim 2010 İzmir, Türkiye http://www.atud.org/ EuroForensics: Digital & Medical Forensic Sciences Conference and Exhibition March 24, 2011-March 26, 2011 Istanbul, Turkey URL: http ://www

  18. 46 CFR 193.01-3 - Incorporation by reference.

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    ... http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code_of_federal_regulations/ibr_locations.html. Also, it is... Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, telephone 610-832-9585, http://www.astm.org. (1) ASTM F 1121-87 (1993), Standard... Park, Quincy, MA 02269-9101, telephone 800-344-3555, http://www.nfpa.org. (1) NFPA 13-1996, Standard...

  19. 46 CFR 95.01-2 - Incorporation by reference.

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    ... http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code_of_federal_regulations/ibr_locations.html. Also, it is..., PA 19428-2959, telephone 610-832-9585, http://www.astm.org. (1) ASTM F 1121-87 (1993), Standard... Park, Quincy, MA 02269-9101, telephone 800-344-3555, http://www.nfpa.org. (1) NFPA 13-1996, Standard...

  20. 46 CFR 34.01-15 - Incorporation by reference.

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    ... availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030 or go to http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code..., http://www.astm.org. (1) ASTM F 1121-87 (Reapproved 1993), Standard Specification for International...-9101, telephone 800-344-3555, http://www.nfpa.org. (1) NFPA 13-1996, Standard for the Installation of...

  1. Instance-optimality in probability with an www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://www.e

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    DeVore, Ronald; Petrova, Guergana; Wojtaszczyk, Przemyslaw

    2009-01-01

    measurements in compressed sensing, Found. Comput. Math., in press] who showed this property when η is a normalized Gaussian random variable. We extend this property to more general random variables, including the particular case where η is the Bernoulli random

  2. Instance-optimality in probability with an www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://www.e

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    DeVore, Ronald

    2009-11-01

    Let Φ (ω), ω ∈ Ω, be a family of n × N random matrices whose entries φ{symbol}i, j are independent realizations of a symmetric, real random variable η with expectation E η = 0 and variance E η2 = 1 / n. Such matrices are used in compressed sensing to encode a vector x ∈ RN by y = Φ x. The information y holds about x is extracted by using a decoder Δ : Rn → RN. The most prominent decoder is the ℓ1-minimization decoder Δ which gives for a given y ∈ Rn the element Δ (y) ∈ RN which has minimal ℓ1-norm among all z ∈ RN with Φ z = y. This paper is interested in properties of the random family Φ (ω) which guarantee that the vector over(x, ̄) : = Δ (Φ x) will with high probability approximate x in ℓ2 N to an accuracy comparable with the best k-term error of approximation in ℓ2 N for the range k ≤ a n / log2 (N / n). This means that for the above range of k, for each signal x ∈ RN, the vector over(x, ̄) : = Δ (Φ x) satisfies{norm of matrix} x - over(x, ̄) {norm of matrix}ℓ2N ≤ C under(inf, z ∈ Σk) {norm of matrix} x - z {norm of matrix}ℓ2N with high probability on the draw of Φ. Here, Σk consists of all vectors with at most k nonzero coordinates. The first result of this type was proved by Wojtaszczyk [P. Wojtaszczyk, Stability and instance optimality for Gaussian measurements in compressed sensing, Found. Comput. Math., in press] who showed this property when η is a normalized Gaussian random variable. We extend this property to more general random variables, including the particular case where η is the Bernoulli random variable which takes the values ± 1 / sqrt(n) with equal probability. The proofs of our results use geometric mapping properties of such random matrices some of which were recently obtained in [A. Litvak, A. Pajor, M. Rudelson, N. Tomczak-Jaegermann, Smallest singular value of random matrices and geometry of random polytopes, Adv. Math. 195 (2005) 491-523]. © 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  3. American Association of Physics Teachers - AAPT.org

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    AAPT.org - American Association of Physics Teachers Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to local navigation AAPT - American Association of Physics Teachers Go Sign In / Online Services Join ; Competitions Collaborative Projects U.S. Physics Team New Faculty Programs Publications American Journal of

  4. SPARQL-enabled identifier conversion with Identifiers.org.

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    Wimalaratne, Sarala M; Bolleman, Jerven; Juty, Nick; Katayama, Toshiaki; Dumontier, Michel; Redaschi, Nicole; Le Novère, Nicolas; Hermjakob, Henning; Laibe, Camille

    2015-06-01

    On the semantic web, in life sciences in particular, data is often distributed via multiple resources. Each of these sources is likely to use their own International Resource Identifier for conceptually the same resource or database record. The lack of correspondence between identifiers introduces a barrier when executing federated SPARQL queries across life science data. We introduce a novel SPARQL-based service to enable on-the-fly integration of life science data. This service uses the identifier patterns defined in the Identifiers.org Registry to generate a plurality of identifier variants, which can then be used to match source identifiers with target identifiers. We demonstrate the utility of this identifier integration approach by answering queries across major producers of life science Linked Data. The SPARQL-based identifier conversion service is available without restriction at http://identifiers.org/services/sparql. © The Author 2015. Published by Oxford University Press.

  5. SPARQL-enabled identifier conversion with Identifiers.org

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    Wimalaratne, Sarala M.; Bolleman, Jerven; Juty, Nick; Katayama, Toshiaki; Dumontier, Michel; Redaschi, Nicole; Le Novère, Nicolas; Hermjakob, Henning; Laibe, Camille

    2015-01-01

    Motivation: On the semantic web, in life sciences in particular, data is often distributed via multiple resources. Each of these sources is likely to use their own International Resource Identifier for conceptually the same resource or database record. The lack of correspondence between identifiers introduces a barrier when executing federated SPARQL queries across life science data. Results: We introduce a novel SPARQL-based service to enable on-the-fly integration of life science data. This service uses the identifier patterns defined in the Identifiers.org Registry to generate a plurality of identifier variants, which can then be used to match source identifiers with target identifiers. We demonstrate the utility of this identifier integration approach by answering queries across major producers of life science Linked Data. Availability and implementation: The SPARQL-based identifier conversion service is available without restriction at http://identifiers.org/services/sparql. Contact: sarala@ebi.ac.uk PMID:25638809

  6. Bilimsel Toplantı Duyuruları

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    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available 24th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment January 24, 2010-January 29, 2010 San Diego C, USA URL: http://www.chadwickcenter.org/conference AAFS 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting 22 February 2010-27 February 2010 Putting Our Forensic Flouse in Order: Examining Validation and Expelling Incompetence Seattle, WA 98101 URL: www.aafs.org/default.aspPsection_id = meetings& page_id= aafs_annual_meeting 49th Annual Meeting of the US Society of Toxicology (SOT 7 March 2010-11 March 2010 Salt Lake City, Utah, USA URL: www.toxicology.org/AI/MEET/AM2010/ XIXth Mediterranean International Congress of Legal Medicine 7 April 2010-10 April 2010 Tozeur, Tunisia URL: www.aefms.org/j.med.leg.tozeur/jmml_E/index.html ESF-LiU Conference 3 May 2010-7 May 2010 Violations of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Investigation and Prevention of Torture and Death in Custody Linköping, Sweden URL: www.esf.org/conferences/10318 7th Annual Meeting Balkan Academy of Forensic Science 03 June 2010-06 June 2010 Tirana, Albania URL: http://www.balkanforensic.org 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners (ASQDE 28 September 2010 Victoria, BC, USA URL: www.asqde.org 20th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences (ANZFSS 5 September 2010-9 September 2010 Sydney, Australia URL: www.anzfss2010.com Bloodstain Pattern Recognition - Basic course 05 December 2011, 09 December 2011 Tbe Hague, The Netherlands URL: http://www.enfsi.eu/page.php?uid= Expert Witness Intensive Training Course - 2 Day December 8th to 9th 2011 United Kingdom /London URL: http://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/ expertwitness 6th USA Pacific Medical & Legal Conference December 13th to 20th 2011 New York /USA URL: http://www.conferences21.com/index.php? menu=home 12th Annual Pan Europe Pacific Medical & Legal Conference February 5th to 12th 2012 France /Paris URL: http://www.conferences21.com/index.php? menu=home American College of Legal

  7. http://www.bioline.org.br/js 124 Ageing and its Effect on the ...

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    jen

    lymphoblasts decreased with age while the medulla and lymphocytes increased. The fat content of the gland increased with age. The study showed a positive correlation of weight of the glands with age from birth to puberty, later the correlation becomes negative. There is a decrease in the activity of the gland as shown by ...

  8. Software Engineering and eLearning: The MuSofT Project - www.musoft.org

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    Ernst-Erich Doberkat

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available eLearning supports the education in certain disciplines. Here, we report about novel eLearning concepts, techniques, and tools to support education in Software Engineering, a subdiscipline of computer science. We call this "Software Engineering eLearning". On the other side, software support is a substantial prerequisite for eLearning in any discipline. Thus, Software Engineering techniques have to be applied to develop and maintain those software systems. We call this "eLearning Software Engineering". Both aspects have been investigated in a large joint, BMBF-funded research project, termed MuSofT (Multimedia in Software Engineering. The main results are summarized in this paper.

  9. Science Academies' Summer Research Fellowship Programme for ...

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    2015-09-10

    Sep 10, 2015 ... A copy of the application format, instructions to applicants including eligibility criteria, and a list of names of scientists/faculty who have consented to guide students/ teachers to work on short-term projects is displayed at the websites of the Academies [www.ias.ac.in; www.insaindia.org and www.nasi.org.in].

  10. Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore Indian National Science ...

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    2009-09-30

    .in),. (www.insaindia.org) or (www.nasi.org.in); however a copy of the application together with enclosures must be sent by post to The Coordinator, Science Education Programme, Indian. Academy of Sciences, C.V. Raman ...

  11. Thrombin Time

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    ... information]. Available online at http://www2.massgeneral.org/pathology/coagbook/CO004600.htm through http://www2.massgeneral.org . Accessed July 2010. Dugdale, D. (Updated 2009 March 2). Congenital afibrinogenemia. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia [On-line ...

  12. Financement de base à l'intention de la Fondation telecentre.org ...

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    Financement de base à l'intention de la Fondation telecentre.org. Alors qu'il était hébergé au CRDI, le programme telecentre.org a eu des répercussions majeures sur la capacité organisationnelle (compétences en gestion, capacité de réseautage et développement du leadership), la diffusion des connaissances et la ...

  13. residuos orgánicos

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    T. M. Hernández-Mendoza

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Los materiales orgánicos pueden constituir una alternativa eficaz al uso de fertilizantes sintéticos, siempre y cuando se tomen en cuenta de manera apropiada las diversas variables bióticas y abióticas que influyen sobre su descomposición en el suelo. Una forma de proceder es a través del empleo de diferentes indicadores que infieran su tasa de mineralización y capacidad de aporte nitrogenado (CAN. Entre estos, destaca el uso de la relación carbono:nitrógeno (C/N como índice de la susceptibilidad de los residuos orgánicos al ataque de la biomasa microbiana; sin embargo, su empleo ha generado resultados contradictorios, por lo que en el presente estudio se comparó la mineralización de residuos con diferente composición bioquímica para precisar un mejor indicador de la CAN. Para ello, se evaluó por incubación in vitro los residuos aplicados en suelo Regosol eútrico, a 30 oC y capacidad de campo constantes durante 20 semanas. La tendencia de la mineralización e inmovilización de N dependieron de la composición bioquímica del material, donde su relación C/N se asoció significativamente con la mineralización del N lábil del suelo, pero no así con la descomposición neta de los residuos. En contraste, la concentración de la lignina en el residuo tuvo una tendencia lineal con el N lábil potencialmente mineralizable y su tasa de mineralización, estimando de manera significativa la CAN.

  14. Oil Companies and Reserves | Compagnies et réserves pétrolières

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    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Top 20 World Oil CorporationsTop 20 des compagnies pétrolières mondialesSources: OPEC, Annual Statistical Bulletin, 2009; 2009 official reports of oil companies; British Petroleum, BP Statistical Review of Word Energy, 2010.Crude Oil Exports per Area (in Million Tonnes, 2009Exportations de pétrole brut par région (en millions de tonnes, 2009Sources : www.iea.org; www.opec.org; www.gecforum.org; British Petroleum, BP Statistical Review of World Energy, 2010.China’s Crude Oil Imports from Afr...

  15. Treating Asthma in Children Ages 12 and Older

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    ... Peak flow meter. American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. https://www.aaaai.org/conditions-and-treatments/library/at-a-glance/peak-flow-meter. Accessed Sept. 8, 2016. Oct. 18, 2016 Original article: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/childhood-asthma/ ...

  16. Proven Weight Loss Methods

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    Fact Sheet Proven Weight Loss Methods What can weight loss do for you? Losing weight can improve your health in a number of ways. It can lower ... at www.hormone.org/Spanish . Proven Weight Loss Methods Fact Sheet www.hormone.org

  17. Spina Bifida Clinic Directory

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    ... 7th Avenue S. Birmingham, AL 35233 (205) 939-5281 https://www.childrensal.org/SpinaBifidaProgram UAB Spain Rehab Adult ... Ave S Birmingham, AL 35249 Phone: (205) 934-4131 http://www.uabmedicine.org/locations/spain-rehabilitation-center Children’s ...

  18. Dionisos y la orgía

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    ANTONIO ESCOHOTADO

    1986-01-01

    Full Text Available El artículo analiza las descripciones de las orgías rituales dionisiacas de la antigua Grecia en la literatura de la época (las tragedias de Eurípides y Sófocles, p.e. utilizando interpretaciones de la psicología moderna para el examen de dicha cultura. El papel del consumo de alcohol se compara con el de las drogas de nuestra sociedad actual.

  19. Paleomagnetism.org : An online multi-platform open source environment for paleomagnetic data analysis

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    Koymans, Mathijs R.; Langereis, C.G.; Pastor-Galán, D.; van Hinsbergen, D.J.J.

    2016-01-01

    This contribution provides an overview of Paleomagnetism.org, an open-source, multi-platform online environment for paleomagnetic data analysis. Paleomagnetism.org provides an interactive environment where paleomagnetic data can be interpreted, evaluated, visualized, and exported. The

  20. OpenOffice.org -toimisto-ohjelmiston soveltuvuus Sastamalan Tukipalvelu Oy:lle : selvitys

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    Ojanen, Olli-Veikko

    2009-01-01

    Tässä opinnäytetyössä selvitettiin OpenOffice.org toimisto-ohjelmiston soveltuvuutta Sastamalan Tukipalvelu Oy:lle, joka huolehtii osakkaittensa tieto-, talous- ja henkilöstöhallinnon palveluista. Sastamalan Tukipalvelu Oy:n osakkaina ovat Kiikoisten, Lavian ja Punkalaitumen kunnat, Sastamalan kaupunki, Sastamalan perusturvakuntayhtymä sekä Sastamalan koulutuskuntayhtymä. Selvityksen tavoitteena oli tuoda esille OpenOffice.org -toimisto-ohjelmistoon siirtymisen hyötyjä, joi...

  1. A Framework for WWW Query Processing

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    Wu, Binghui Helen; Wharton, Stephen (Technical Monitor)

    2000-01-01

    Query processing is the most common operation in a DBMS. Sophisticated query processing has been mainly targeted at a single enterprise environment providing centralized control over data and metadata. Submitting queries by anonymous users on the web is different in such a way that load balancing or DBMS' accessing control becomes the key issue. This paper provides a solution by introducing a framework for WWW query processing. The success of this framework lies in the utilization of query optimization techniques and the ontological approach. This methodology has proved to be cost effective at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Distributed Active Archive Center (GDAAC).

  2. Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults Aged 19 Years or Older - United States, 2018.

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    Kim, David K; Riley, Laura E; Hunter, Paul

    2018-02-09

    In October 2017, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted to approve the Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults Aged 19 Years or Older, United States, 2018. The 2018 adult immunization schedule summarizes ACIP recommendations in two figures and a table of contraindications and precautions for vaccines recommended for adults, and is intended is to assist health care providers in implementing the current ACIP recommendations for vaccinating adults. The schedule can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules.* The full ACIP recommendations for each vaccine are available at https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/acip-recs/index.html. The 2018 adult immunization schedule has also been approved by the American College of Physicians (https://www.acponline.org), the American Academy of Family Physicians (https://www.aafp.org), the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (https://www.acog.org), and the American College of Nurse-Midwives (http://www.midwife.org). The ACIP-recommended use of each vaccine is developed after an in-depth review of vaccine-related data, including data on disease epidemiology, vaccine efficacy and effectiveness, vaccine safety, feasibility of program implementation, and economic aspects of immunization policy (1).

  3. Special Section: Preventing, Detecting, and Treating Colorectal Cancer

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    ... a week-long series to promote colon and rectal (colorectal) cancer awareness and screening. Following that, research showed that ... niddk.nih.gov The American Cancer Society: www.cancer.org The American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons: www.fascrs.org Spring 2009 Issue: Volume ...

  4. WorldWideScience.org: the global science gateway.

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    Fitzpatrick, Roberta Bronson

    2009-10-01

    WorldWideScience.org is a Web-based global gateway connecting users to both national and international scientific databases and portals. This column will provide background information on the resource as well as introduce basic searching practices for users.

  5. Spent fuel isotopic composition data base system on WWW. SFCOMPO on W3

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    Suyama, Kenya

    1997-11-01

    Spent Fuel Composition Data Base System 'SFCOMPO' has been developed on IBM compatible PC. This data base system is not widely used, since users must purchase the data base software by themselves. 'SFCOMPO on W3' is a system to overcome this problem. User can search and visualize the data in the data base by accessing WWW server through the Internet from local machine. Only a browsing software to access WWW should be prepared. It enables us to easily search data of spent fuel composition if we can access the Internet. This system can be operated on WWW server machine which supports use of Common Gateway Interface (CGI). This report describes the background of the development of SFCOMPO on W3 and is it's user's manual. (author)

  6. Searches for the Standard Model Higgs boson at the Tevatron collider

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    Fisher, Wade C. [Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, MI (United States). Dept. of Physics and Astronomy; Junk, Thomas R. [Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (FNAL), Batavia, IL (United States)

    2016-01-01

    During Run II of the Tevatron collider, which took place from 2001 until 2011, the CDF and D0 detectors each collected approximately 10 fb -1 of www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:oasis="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/oasis-exchange/table"> collision data at a center-of-mass energy of www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:oasis="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/oasis-exchange/table">. This dataset allowed for tests for the presence of the SM Higgs boson in the mass range 90-200 GeV in the production modes gg → H, W/ZH, vector-boson fusion, and www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:oasis="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/oasis-exchange/table">H, with H decay modes H → www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:oasis="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/oasis-exchange/table">, H → W+W-, H →

  7. Primar orgânica: inovação em tempos de crise

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    Mariana Baldi

    Full Text Available Este artigo resulta de um estudo de caso na Primar Orgânica, empresa de aqüicultura do Rio Grande do Norte, tendo como foco o processo de transformação de carcinicultura convencional para a orgânica, pelo qual passou a empresa. Única na produção de camarão orgânico naquele estado, a Primar Orgânica é a primeira empresa do mundo na criação de ostras orgânicas. Como arcabouço teórico utilizou-se a resource-based view (RBV (BARNEY, 1991, 2001; KATILA; SHANE, 2005; WERNERFELT, 1984, a teoria institucional (TI e as redes sociais. A TI amplia o conceito de ambiente utilizado pela RBV, ao agregar o conceito de ambiente institucional, enquanto a teoria de redes centra no inter-relacionamento entre os atores e na estrutura da rede como inibidores ou potencializadores da capacidade de inovar (LIU, MADHAVAN, SUDHARSHAN, 2005. O pressuposto central é de que inovação seja um processo imerso no contexto social (LUNDVALL, 1993. A análise dos dados, obtidos através de entrevistas em profundidade e de documentos, denota como a escassez de recursos e a imersão do empreendedor em contextos diferentes possibilitou uma inovação tecnológica e gerencial, levando a organização a alcançar vantagem competitiva baseada numa estratégia centrada em recursos diferenciados.

  8. Caracterización de los desechos orgánicos del camal de Guayaquil

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    Arellano Arroba, Camilo David; Calle Cañizares, Jaime Alfredo

    2014-01-01

    El presente trabajo de investigación denominado Caracterización de los desechos orgánicos del camal de Guayaquil, es un proyecto que la Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE ha emprendido con la finalidad de determinar la utilidad que se pueda darsela a los desechos orgánicos en los camales de las diferentes ciudades del país. La tecnología empleada para determinar las características energéticas de los desechos orgánicos del camal, consistió en el proceso bien conocido de la digestión anae...

  9. El Comercio Internacional de Productos Orgánicos: Retos y Desafíos

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    Evangelina Méndez

    2015-01-01

    Durante las actividades del proyecto de investigación Guía para exportar abono orgánico hacia los principales mercados de Estados Unidos, Europa y Sudamérica, el uso de una plataforma virtual permitió conocer e identificar el impacto de la tecnología en la producción y comercialización de productos orgánicos, que a su vez involucró: el interés por parte de productores orgánicos para darse a conocer a través de medios virtuales, el acceso a equipos que permiten controlar a tiempo eventuales pl...

  10. Percepção do Consumidor sobre Produtos Orgânicos

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    Dario de Oliveira Lima-Filho

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo deste estudo é analisar a percepção dos consumidores sobre produtos orgânicos, bem como a influência dos fatores sócio-demográficos e da frequência de consumo. Para tanto, foi feito um estudo quantitativo-descritivo junto a uma amostra probabilística de 400 pessoas, responsáveis pela compra de alimentos de sua família, durante junho de 2010, em Campo Grande-MS. Os entrevistados acreditam que os produtos orgânicos são mais saborosos, mais seguros quanto à saúde e higiene e têm melhor aparência do que os produtos convencionais. Além disso, verificou-se uma relação positiva entre a avaliação dos orgânicos e escolaridade, renda e frequência de consumo. DOI: 10.5585/remark.v11i1.2297

  11. Development of a search system of NRDF on WWW

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    Masui, Hiroshi; Ohbayashi, Yoshihide; Aoyama, Shigeyoshi; Ohnishi, Akira; Kato, Kiyoshi; Chiba, Masaki

    2000-01-01

    We develop a data search system and a data entry system for the Nuclear Reaction Data File (NRDF), which is one of the charged-particle reaction database compiled by Japan Charged Particle Reaction Group (JCPRG). Using a WWW browser, we can easily search, retrieve and utilize the data of NRDF. (author)

  12. Spent fuel isotopic composition data base system on WWW. SFCOMPO on W3

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    Suyama, Kenya [Japan Atomic Energy Research Inst., Tokai, Ibaraki (Japan). Tokai Research Establishment

    1997-11-01

    Spent Fuel Composition Data Base System `SFCOMPO` has been developed on IBM compatible PC. This data base system is not widely used, since users must purchase the data base software by themselves. `SFCOMPO on W3` is a system to overcome this problem. User can search and visualize the data in the data base by accessing WWW server through the Internet from local machine. Only a browsing software to access WWW should be prepared. It enables us to easily search data of spent fuel composition if we can access the Internet. This system can be operated on WWW server machine which supports use of Common Gateway Interface (CGI). This report describes the background of the development of SFCOMPO on W3 and is it`s user`s manual. (author)

  13. Metabolism of a new synthetic progestagen, Org 2969, in female volunteers

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    Viinikka, L.; Ylikorkala, O.; Vihko, R.; Hasenack, H.G.; Nieuwenhuyse, H.

    1980-01-01

    The metabolism of a new synthetic progestagen, Org 2969 was studied in 4 healthy female volunteers. During the first part of the study (Phase I), the volunteers ingested 50 μg (about 0.1 mCi) of [16- 3 H]Org 2969 together with 50 μg of ethinyloestradiol as a single dose. During the second part of the study (Phase II), a 10-day pre-treatment with the same dosage of non-radioactive compound preceded the administration of the radioactive steroid. A peak level of total radioactivity, representing 3.16-5.02% of the dose given/l of serum, was achieved within 2-3 h in Phase I. During Phase II, the corresponding figures were 4.54-5.13% after 1.5-3 h. The difference was mainly due to an increase of freely-extractable steroids during Phase II. The difference can at least partly be explained by assuming a change in the kinetics of the metabolism of Org 2969 by pre-treatment with Org 2969 and ethinyloestradiol. The mean recovery of radioactivity in urine and faeces was 83.0%/48.1%/34.9% (total/urine/faeces) of the total dose in Phase I and 76.1%/45.2%/30.9% during Phase II. The differences in the total excretion and in the radioactivity excreted in the faeces were significant. (author)

  14. Fuel Reduction for the Mobility Air Forces

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    2015-01-01

    charitable contribution at www.rand.org/giving/contribute www.rand.org Library of Congress Control Number: 2015931912 ISBN: 978-0-8330-8765-2 For more...OPD. Figure 3.5. Comparison of Continuous and Conventional Descent Approaches SOURCE: Adapted from the European Organisation for the Safety of

  15. The Leaderless Social Movement Organization: Unstoppable Power or Last-Ditch Effort

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    2010-12-01

    Front Press Office Environmental Facts - GMOs ,” http://www.elfpressoffice.org/doa.html. 86 Leader and Probst, “The Earth Liberation Front and...Front Press Office Environmental Facts - GMOs .” Accessed November 22, 2009. http://www.elfpressoffice.org/doa.html. ———. “Earth Liberation Front

  16. The 600-Pound Gorilla: Why a Smaller Department of Defense Is in the Best Interest of the United States

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    2012-03-15

    States Institute of Peace, 2010), 97, http://www.usip.org/files/qdr/IntroCompilation.pdf (accessed February 01, 2012). 70. Edward F. Bruner , Military...Institute Online. http://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/victory-libya-no-model-us-foreign-policy. (accessed March 9, 2012). Bruner , Edward F

  17. The antiprogesterone Org 31710 inhibits human blastocyst-endometrial interacttions in vitro

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    Petersen, A; tin-Ley, U; Ravn, V

    2005-01-01

    OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect of the anti-P Org 31710 on human blastocyst attachment to cultured endometrial epithelial cells. DESIGN: Experimental in vitro study. SETTING: University hospital. PATIENT(S): Eleven fertile endometrial donors. INTERVENTION(S): Timed endometrial biopsy for cell...... statistical significance. The presence of swollen microvilli, precursors of endometrial pinopodes, was significantly reduced on cultures with Org 31710 (P=.03). CONCLUSION(S): The study presents a model for human blastocyst-endometrial interactions responding to an anti-P drug. The exact mechanism...

  18. The antiprogesterone Org 31710 inhibits human blastocyst-endometrial interactions in vitro

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    Petersen, Astrid; Bentin-Ley, Ursula; Ravn, Vibeke

    2005-01-01

    OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect of the anti-P Org 31710 on human blastocyst attachment to cultured endometrial epithelial cells. DESIGN: Experimental in vitro study. SETTING: University hospital. PATIENT(S): Eleven fertile endometrial donors. INTERVENTION(S): Timed endometrial biopsy for cell...... statistical significance. The presence of swollen microvilli, precursors of endometrial pinopodes, was significantly reduced on cultures with Org 31710 (P=.03). CONCLUSION(S): The study presents a model for human blastocyst-endometrial interactions responding to an anti-P drug. The exact mechanism...

  19. La agricultura orgánica: los beneficios de un sistema de producción sostenible

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    Rosario Gómez

    2012-01-01

    "Durante los últimos diez años, la agricultura orgánica ha tenido un crecimiento significativo en el mundo. En el 2000, el comercio mundial de alimentos orgánicos equivalió a US$ 20 000 millones. Nueve años después, se estimó que el mercado global de comida orgánica certificada ascendía a US$ 54 000 millones. En el Perú, si bien la demanda interna también ha crecido, sigue siendo aún pequeña en relación a la oferta de productos orgánicos, los cuales tienen como principal destino el mercado in...

  20. Arroz orgánico una alternativa para la seguridad alimentaria en la ciudad de Guayaquil

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    Luis Cortez; Pilar Vargas

    2016-01-01

    Siendo el Ecuador un país productor de arroz para su consumo interno, y existiendo una tendencia mundial hacia la conversión en la producción agrícola, de lo tradicional a lo ecológico u orgánico; es importante conocer la percepción que tienen los consumidores guayaquileños sobre el consumo de productos orgánicos y su intención de compra de arroz orgánico. Para el efecto se realizó un sondeo de opinión, la misma que permitió conocer algunos factores como conocimiento de productos orgánicos, f...

  1. Ionospheric Electron/Ion Densities Temperatures on CD-ROM and WWW

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    Bilitza, Dieter; Papitashvili, Natasha; Schar, Bill; Grebowsky, Joseph

    2002-01-01

    As part of this project a large volume of ionospheric satellite insitu data from the sixties, seventies and early eighties were made accessible online in ASCII format for public use. This includes 14 data sets from the BE-B, Alouette 2, DME-A, AE-B, ISIS-1, ISIS-2, OGO-6, DE-2, AEROS-A, AE-C, AE-D, AE-E, and Hinotori satellites. The original data existed in various machine-specific, highly compressed, binary encoding on 7-, or 9-track magnetic tapes. The data were decoded and converted to a common ASCII data format, solar and magnetic indices were added, and some quality control measures were taken. The original intent of producing CD-ROMs with these data was overtaken by the rapid development of the Internet. Most users now prefer to obtain the data directly online and greatly value WWW-interfaces to browse, plot and subset the data. Accordingly the data were made available online on the anonymous ftp site of NASA's National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC) at ftp://nssdcftp.gsfc.nasa.gov/spacecraft data/ and on NSSDC's ATMOWeb (http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/atmoweb/), a WWW-interface for plotting, subsetting, and downloading the data. Several new features were implemented into ATMOWeb as part of this project including a filtering and scatter plot capability. The availability of this new database and WWW system was announced through several electronic mailer (AGU, CEDAR, IRI, etc) and through talks and posters during scientific meetings.

  2. Uuenes Eesti riigipea kodulehekülg www.president.ee / Kristel Peterson

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    Peterson, Kristel

    2007-01-01

    Eesti Vabariigi Presidendi uuendatud kujundusega koduleheküljest aadressil www.president.ee. Veebilehe kujunduse tellis presidendi kantselei firmalt ADM Interactive OÜ, loodusfotode autoriks on Jarek Jõepera

  3. 77 FR 44706 - WTO Dispute Settlement Proceeding Regarding China-Measures Related to the Exportation of Rare...

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    2012-07-30

    ... Establishing the World Trade Organization (``WTO Agreement''). That request may be found at www.wto.org... available on the Web site of the World Trade Organization, www.wto.org . Comments open to public inspection... OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE [Dispute No. WTO/DS431] WTO Dispute Settlement...

  4. Safe drug use in long QT syndrome and Brugada syndrome: comparison of website statistics

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    Postema, Pieter G.; Neville, Jon; de Jong, Jonas S. S. G.; Romero, Klaus; Wilde, Arthur A. M.; Woosley, Raymond L.

    2013-01-01

    We sought to obtain insights into the efficacy of two websites, www.QTdrugs.org and www.BrugadaDrugs.org, that have the intention to prevent fatal arrhythmias due to unsafe drug use in Long QT syndrome and Brugada syndrome. Prospective web-use statistical analysis combined with online surveys were

  5. 2002年国际会议消息

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    2001-01-01

    @@ JANUARY 23- 25, 4th International Conferencn FUSION OF EARTH DATA, Groupe Teledetection & Modelisa- tion. Sophia Antipolis. French Riviera, France. Contact: www. data-fusion. org/conf/fourth. 30-Feb l. Austin. Texas. 12th Annual Texas GIS Forum and Training Conference. Contact: Hugh Bender. TNRIS director, 1700N. Congress Ave. , Austin ,TX78711[512-463- 8337 ,fax, 512- 463- 7274 ,e -mail: hbender@tnris. state. tx. us, Web: http://www. tnris. state. tx. us/gisfestival] March 17-20, The Geospatial Information &Technology Association's (GITA) Annual Conference 25 :" Bringing IT To-gether: Charting the Course," Geospatial Information & Technology Association's (GI-TA), Tampa, FL. Contact: 303- 337- 0513, info @gita. org; http://www. gita. org. April 5-7. Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society 12th Thompson Symposium,loughborough, Eng-land Contact :The RSPSoc Office,School of Geography,University of Nottingham,Nottingham NG7 2RDTel. :+44 115 951 5435 website :www. rspsoc. org 8-11. CoLorado Springs. Colo. 18th National Space Symposium. Contact:The Space Foundation,2860 S. Circle Drive,Suite 2301,Colorado Springs, CO80906[800-691-4000,fax: 719-576-8801,e-mail: custserv@spacefoundation. org, Web: http ..//www. spacesymposium. org] 19-26. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ASPRS-ACSM Annual Confer-enee and XXII FIG Congreess,Washington D. C, USA Contact: 5410 Grosvenor Lane,Suite 210, Bethes-da,Maryland 20814-2160,USA,Tel.: +1 301 493 0290May 14-16, The New English GIS Conference, New England Chapters of GITA and ACSM, Boxborough. MA. Contact: 802-655-7769;www. negis. org. 15-18. Enschede, The Netherlands. Sixth Seminar on GIS and Developing Countries (GISDECO2002). Contact :GISDECO 2002, International Institute for Aerospace Sur-vey and Earth Sciences. POBox 6, 7500 AA Enschede, The NetherLands [e- mail .. GISDECO2002@itc. nl, Web: http://www. geog.uu. nl/gisdeco/gisdeco. html]June 11-13, Third International Symposium on: Remote Sensing of Urban

  6. Short communication

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    raoul

    2011-08-23

    Aug 23, 2011 ... Through a grant administered by the World Health Organization (WHO) and funded by the Bill and. Melinda Gates Foundation to support the development of regional Child Strategies in resource-constrained settings, staff of www.pactr.org developed the Africa-region Child Strategy. Since www.pactr.org ...

  7. 76 FR 59125 - 2011 Fall Meeting of the Ozone Transport Commission

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    2011-09-23

    ..., Washington, DC 20001; (202) 508-3840; e-mail: [email protected] ; Web site: http://www.otcair.org...) 508-3840; by e-mail: [email protected] or via the OTC Web site at http://www.otcair.org . Dated... ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY [FRL-9470-8] 2011 Fall Meeting of the Ozone Transport Commission...

  8. 75 FR 58378 - 2010 Fall Meeting of the Ozone Transport Commission

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    2010-09-24

    ..., Washington, DC 20001; (202) 508-3840; e-mail: [email protected] ; Web site: http://www.otcair.org...) 508-3840; by e-mail: [email protected] or via the OTC Web site at http://www.otcair.org . Dated... ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY [FRL-9206-6] 2010 Fall Meeting of the Ozone Transport Commission...

  9. Never at rest: a biography of Isaac Newton

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    Westfall, Richard S

    1980-01-01

    ... Paulo, Delhi, Dubai, Tokyo, Mexico City Cambridge University Press 32 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10013-2473, © Cambridge University Press 1980 USA www.cambridge.org Information on this title: www.cambridge.org/9780521231435 This publication is in copyright. Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant...

  10. 10 CFR 431.75 - Materials incorporated by reference.

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    2010-01-01

    ... to: http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code_of_federal_regulations/ibr_locations.html. (ii) U.S...-Conditioning Engineers, Inc., 1971 Tullie Circle, NE., Atlanta, GA 30329, or http://www.ashrae.org/book..., CO 80112, or http://global.ihs.com/, or http://webstore.ansi.org/ansidocstore/. (iii) The UL Standard...

  11. Aumento de matéria orgânica num latossolo bruno em plantio direto

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    Costa Falberni de Souza

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available O aumento do estoque de matéria orgânica do solo em sistemas conservacionistas de manejo é dependente do tipo de solo e das condições climáticas, e tem reflexos na qualidade física do solo. Neste estudo, avaliou-se um experimento de longa duração (21 anos quanto ao efeito do sistema plantio direto (PD sobre os estoques de carbono orgânico total (COT e particulado (COP, >53mm, bem como a sua relação com a estabilidade de agregados de um Latossolo Bruno, em Guarapuava, PR. O solo em PD apresentou taxa de incremento de 0,15Mg ha-1 ano-1 de COT e 0,06Mg ha-1 ano-1 de COP na camada de 0-20cm, as quais foram calculadas em comparação aos estoques de carbono orgânico do solo em preparo convencional. As baixas taxas de incremento nos estoques de carbono orgânico possivelmente estejam relacionadas à alta estabilidade física da matéria orgânica neste solo argiloso e com mineralogia predominantemente gibsítica. O diâmetro médio geométrico (DMG dos agregados de solo variou de 1,6 a 3,7mm e foi positiva e linearmente relacionado com os teores de COT e COP, o que reforça a importância da matéria orgânica na qualidade física de Latossolos subtropicais.

  12. Sorção de poluentes orgânicos emergentes em lodo de esgoto

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    Bittencourt, Simone; Aisse, Miguel Mansur; Serrat, Beatriz Monte; Azevedo, Júlio César Rodrigues de

    2016-01-01

    RESUMO O uso de lodo de esgoto na agricultura promove a reciclagem de nutrientes e de matéria orgânica, trazendo benefícios ao desenvolvimento vegetal e à conservação do solo e da água. No entanto, é crescente a preocupação com poluentes orgânicos que possam estar no lodo de esgoto. A presença de medicamentos (antibióticos, tranquilizantes, antiepilépticos), hormônios (naturais e sintéticos), perfumes, bactericidas, entre outros poluentes orgânicos, em diferentes compartimentos ambientais é u...

  13. 76 FR 45253 - Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast Visibility Union Executive Board

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    2011-07-28

    ... Contact: Kromeklia Bryant, Ozone Transport Commission (OTC), 444 North Capitol Street NW., Suite 638, Washington, DC 20001; (202) 508-3840; e-mail: [email protected] ; Web site: http://www.otcair.org/manevu... e-mail: [email protected] or via the MANE- VU Web site at http://www.otcair.org/manevu/ . Dated: July...

  14. 76 FR 26720 - 2011 Annual Meeting of the Ozone Transport Commission

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    2011-05-09

    ..., Washington, DC 20001; (202) 508-3840; e-mail: [email protected] ; Web site: http://www.otcair.org...) 508-3840; by e-mail: [email protected] or via the OTC Web site at http://www.otcair.org . Dated: April... ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY [FRL-9303-2] 2011 Annual Meeting of the Ozone Transport Commission...

  15. [Learning from regional differences: online platform: http://www.versorgungsatlas.de].

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    Mangiapane, S

    2014-02-01

    In 2011, the Central Research Institute of Ambulatory Health Care in Germany (ZI) published the website http://www.versorgungsatlas.de, a portal that presents research results from regional health services in Germany. The Web portal provides a publicly accessible source of information and a growing number of selected analyses focusing on regional variation in health care. Each topic is presented in terms of interactive maps, tables, and diagrams and is supplemented by a paper that examines the results in detail and provides an explanation of the findings. The portal has been designed to provide a forum on which health service researchers can publish their results derived from various data sources of different institutions in Germany and can comment on results already available on http://www.versorgungsatlas.de. For health policy actors, the discussion of regional differences offers a new, previously unavailable basis for determining the region-specific treatment needs and for providing health-care management with the goal of high-quality care for each resident.

  16. Narratives of experience of mental health and illness on healthtalk.org.

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    Kidd, Jo; Ziebland, Sue

    2016-10-01

    Online health information is increasingly popular and may bring both benefits and potential harm to users with mental health problems. The encouragement of harmful behaviour among this population is a particular concern. The website healthtalk.org provides the benefits of shared experience by publishing excerpts from rigorous research interviews with patients, contextualised with medical information. This article sets out evidence for the positive and negative effects of online mental health information and describes the methodology behind healthtalk.org, with an overview of the mental health information it provides and how it can benefit patients and health professionals.

  17. Boolean and advanced searching for EDGAR data on www.sec.gov

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    Securities and Exchange Commission — This search allows users to enter complex boolean queries to access all but the most recent day's EDGAR filings on www.sec.gov. Filings are from 1994 to present.

  18. The Role of Logic Modeling in a Collaborative and Iterative Research Process: Lessons from Research and Analysis Conducted with the Federal Voting Assistance Program

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    2016-01-01

    NIOSH, 2009. As of July 21, 2015: http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/MG809.html W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Logic Model Development Guide, Battle...RAND Corporation, MG-809-NIOSH, 2009. As of July 21, 2015: http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/MG809.html W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Logic Model

  19. webXice: an Infrastructure for Information Commerce on the WWW

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    Wombacher, Andreas; Kostaki, Paraskevi; Aberer, Karl

    Systems for information commerce on the WWW have to support flexible business models if they should be able to cover a wide range of requirements imposed by the different types of information businesses. This leads to non-trivial functional and security requirements both on the provider and consumer

  20. The synthesis of Org 3770 labelled with 3H, 13C and 14C

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    Kaspersen, F.M.; Rooij, F.A.M. van; Sperling, E.G.M.; Wieringa, J.H.

    1989-01-01

    The syntheses of 1,2,3,4,10,14b-hexahydro-2-methylpyrazino[2,1-a]pyrido[2,3-c][2]benazepine (Org 3770) labelled with 3 H (and 2 H), 13 C and 14 C are described. Tritiated Org 3770 was prepared either by exchange under alkaline conditions with tritiated water or catalytic reductive dehalogenation of a chloro analogue with 3 H 2 . 13 C-labelled material was obtained in a seven-step synthesis starting from 13 C-labelled benzene whereas 14 C-Org 3770 was prepared in a three-step synthesis starting with 14 CO 2 . All labelled compounds were analyzed by TLC, HPLC, MS and NMR. (author)

  1. Persuasive interface: Designing for the WWW

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    Dormann, Claire

    1997-01-01

    rhetorical figures such as metaphor, metonymy or visual pun are described and illustrated in relation with Web pages. The figures pertain to every aspect of Web design, images and concepts used to convey meaning, and the detailed visual characteristics of all Web components. Subsequently, their application...... to the design of Web pages is discussed. The rhetorical perspective suggests manners in which to express the most efficient statement. Rhetorical figures are techniques that are employed to enhance documents or to find original solutions to design problems. The concern here is to make Web authors aware......The design of Web documents is approached from the perspective of visual rhetoric and important aspects of persuasive discourses (e.g. the role of emotion) are presented in connection with the World Wide Web (WWW). The origin of the rhetorical figures is first briefly outlined. Then, a few...

  2. Geosamples.org: Shared Cyberinfrastructure for Geoscience Samples

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    Lehnert, Kerstin; Allison, Lee; Arctur, David; Klump, Jens; Lenhardt, Christopher

    2014-05-01

    Many scientific domains, specifically in the geosciences, rely on physical samples as basic elements for study and experimentation. Samples are collected to analyze properties of natural materials and features that are key to our knowledge of Earth's dynamical systems and evolution, and to preserve a record of our environment over time. Huge volumes of samples have been acquired over decades or even centuries and stored in a large number and variety of institutions including museums, universities and colleges, state geological surveys, federal agencies, and industry. All of these collections represent highly valuable, often irreplaceable records of nature that need to be accessible so that they can be re-used in future research and for educational purposes. Many sample repositories are keen to use cyberinfrastructure capabilities to enhance access to their collections on the internet and to support and streamline collection management (accessioning of new samples, labeling, handling sample requests, etc.), but encounter substantial challenges and barriers to integrate digital sample management into their daily routine. They lack the resources (staff, funding) and infrastructure (hardware, software, IT support) to develop and operate web-enabled databases, to migrate analog sample records into digital data management systems, and to transfer paper- or spreadsheet-based workflows to electronic systems. Use of commercial software is often not an option as it incurs high costs for licenses, requires IT expertise for installation and maintenance, and often does not match the needs of the smaller repositories, being designed for large museums or different types of collections (art, archeological, biological). Geosamples.org is an alliance of sample repositories (academic, US federal and state surveys, industry) and data facilities that aims to develop a cyberinfrastructure that will dramatically advance access to physical samples for the research community, government

  3. Pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic effects of the intravenous CB1 receptor agonist Org 26828 in healthy male volunteers.

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    Zuurman, Lineke; Passier, Paul C C M; de Kam, Marieke L; Kleijn, Huub J; Cohen, Adam F; van Gerven, Joop M A

    2010-11-01

    An ideal drug for outpatient treatments under conscious sedation would have both sedative and analgesic properties. CB1/CB2 agonists are expected to have sedative, amnestic, analgesic and anti-emetic properties. The main objective of this first study in humans was to assess the sedative properties of intravenous Org 26828. In addition, pharmacokinetics, amnestic properties, postural stability, and behavioural and cardiovascular effects were studied. Midazolam intravenous 0.1 mg/kg and placebo were used as controls. The pharmacokinetic parameters (Cmax and AUC0-inf) of the main metabolite Org 26761 were proportional to dose. No effects were observed after doses up to 0.3 μg/kg of Org 26828. Dose-related effects were observed at higher doses. Although subjects reported subjective sedation after administration of Org 26828 at 3 and 6 μg/kg, the observed sedation was considerably less than after midazolam. Doses higher than the maximum tolerated dose of 1 μg/kg of Org 26828 caused unpleasant central nervous system effects (anxiety, paranoia, hallucinations). Therefore, Org 26828 is not suitable for providing sedation for outpatient surgical procedures.

  4. Evaluation of the phosphodiesterase 3 inhibitor ORG 9935 as a contraceptive in female macaques: initial trials.

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    Jensen, Jeffrey T; Stouffer, Richard L; Stanley, Jessica E; Zelinski, Mary B

    2010-02-01

    The study was conducted to determine whether a phosphodiesterase (PDE) 3 inhibitor has potential as a novel contraceptive in primates. Regularly cycling adult female cynomolgus macaques of proven fertility (n=16) were treated for 7 months with placebo (controls) or the PDE3 inhibitor ORG 9935 as a daily food treat (150 mg/kg) or as a weekly depot injection (150 mg/kg, sc). After 1 month, a male of proven fertility was introduced into each group. Females underwent weekly monitoring of progesterone (P) and ultrasound evaluation for pregnancy if P remained elevated (1.0 ng/mL) >3 weeks. ORG 9935 values were evaluated using high-performance liquid chromatography. Overall, the pregnancy rate in ORG 9935-treated monkeys (4/8, 50%) did not differ from controls (7/8, 88%; p=.5). However, no animal became pregnant in a cycle when the serum level of ORG 9935 exceeded 300 nmol/L. Moreover, two treated monkeys who mated throughout the treatment phase and did not conceive became pregnant within four cycles after stopping ORG 9935. The other two animals were discontinued prematurely from the protocol. These results demonstrate that ORG 9935 may prevent pregnancy in primates at serum concentrations above 300 nmol/L and that the effect is reversible.

  5. Rescuing Downed Aircrews: The Value of Time

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    Make a tax -deductible charitable contribution at www.rand.org/giving/contribute www.rand.org Library of Congress Control Number: 2015955037 ISBN...Predictors of Survival and Evasion ............................................................ 40   Table 5.2. Regression Predictors...a damaged aircraft, and the ability to avoid immediate capture. Combat rescue records and anecdotal evidence show that if the pilot were able to

  6. simulation du climat futur et des rendements agricoles en region

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    2017, African Crop Science Society. African Crop Science Journal by African Crop Science Society is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Uganda License. Based on a work at www.ajol.info/ and www.bioline.org.br/cs. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/acsj.v25i4.2. SIMULATION DU CLIMAT FUTUR ET DES ...

  7. Situação atual do processo de certificação orgânica no Brasil

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    Márcia Varela Silva

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    Full Text Available O sistema de produção orgânico visa a produção de alimentos ecologicamente sustentáveis, economicamente viáveis e socialmente justos, capaz de integrar o homem ao meio ambiente. A adoção desse sistema de produção vem crescendo, tanto em área cultivada como em número de produtores e mercado consumidor, embora ainda represente uma parcela pequena da agricultura. O crescimento da agricultura orgânica se deve ao fato da agricultura convencional basear-se na utilização intensiva de produtos químicos, fazendo com que os consumidores vejam neste sistema de produção uma possibilidade de risco à saúde e ao meio ambiente, buscando produtos isentos de contaminação. Com isso, a agricultura orgânica tem se destacado como uma das alternativas de renda para os pequenos agricultores, devido à crescente demanda mundial por alimentos mais saudáveis. Os produtos orgânicos não usam agrotóxicos, são obtidos em sistemas sustentáveis, pois mantêm os recursos naturais e a fertilidade do solo, e têm qualidade garantida por certificadoras. A agricultura orgânica considera a propriedade agrícola como uma unidade, como um organismo, onde o solo, a planta, o animal e o homem interagem harmoniosamente com o meio ambiente, demonstrando vantagens econômicas, sociais e ambientais dos sistemas de produção orgânico, tendo sempre em foco a importância da certificação desses produtos de origem orgânica, que é um elemento importante para o direcionamento do sistema de produção orgânica. A certificação orgânica padroniza e facilita a comunicação entre os agentes responsáveis pelo processo de produção e o seu consumidor, promovendo a transparência dos atributos intrínsecos relevantes do produto para o consumidor, que busca um produto de qualidade superior ao convencional, possibilitando a utilização do selo fornecido pelas certificadoras, que é a garantia que o consumidor tem de estar consumindo produtos orgânicos. Afinal

  8. The glycine reuptake inhibitor org 25935 interacts with basal and ethanol-induced dopamine release in rat nucleus accumbens.

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    Lidö, Helga Höifödt; Stomberg, Rosita; Fagerberg, Anne; Ericson, Mia; Söderpalm, Bo

    2009-07-01

    The mesolimbic dopamine (DA) projection from the ventral tegmental area to nucleus accumbens (nAc), a central part of the reward system, is activated by ethanol (EtOH) and other drugs of abuse. We have previously demonstrated that the glycine receptor in the nAc and its amino acid agonists may be implicated in the DA activation and reinforcing properties of EtOH. We have also reported that the glycine transporter 1 inhibitor, Org 25935, produces a robust and dose-dependent decrease in EtOH consumption in Wistar rats. The present study explores the interaction between EtOH and Org 25935 with respect to DA levels in the rat nAc. The effects of Org 25935 (6 mg/kg, i.p.) and/or EtOH (2.5 g/kg, i.p.) on accumbal DA levels were examined by means of in vivo microdialysis (coupled to HPLC-ED) in freely moving male Wistar rats. The effect of Org 25935 on accumbal glycine output was also investigated. Systemic Org 25935 increased DA output in a subpopulation of rats (52% in Experiment 1 and 38% in Experiment 2). In Experiment 2, EtOH produced a significant increase in DA levels in vehicles (35%) and in Org 25935 nonresponders (19%), whereas EtOH did not further increase the DA level in rats responding to Org 25935 (2%). The same dose of Org 25935 increased glycine levels by 87% in nAc. This study demonstrates that Org 25935, probably via increased glycine levels, (i) counteracts EtOH-induced increases of accumbal DA levels and (ii) increases basal DA levels in a subpopulation of rats. The results are in line with previous findings and it is suggested that the effects observed involve interference with accumbal GlyRs and are related to the alcohol consumption modulating effect of Org 25935.

  9. Processamento de conservas de tomates orgânicos desidratados: Uma alternativa para agricultura familiar

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    Karen Rodrigues Romano

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    Full Text Available A demanda por alimentos mais saudáveis têm crescido rapidamente e a desidratação aplicada aos alimentos orgânicos têm se apresentado como uma ferramenta tecnológica importante para o desenvolvimento de produtos mantendo a integridade orgânica. O tomate que apresenta produção e consumo mais difundidos no mundo, quer in natura ou processado, é altamente perecível, com perdas estimadas entre 25 a 50% da produção. Sendo assim, esta pesquisa objetivou a realização do processamento de tomates orgânicos desidratados em conservas obtidos a partir de dois diferentes equipamentos (desidratador e forno doméstico, com utilização de padrões para a pequena agroindústria e artesanais. Utilizaram-se três variedades de tomates orgânicos (Forty, Andrea e Perinha. Estes foram desidratados e em seguida foram processados na forma de conservas com uso de azeite de oliva como líquido de cobertura e condimentos orgânicos. Os resultados apresentaram produtos com umidade média que variou entre 46 a 63%, pH entre 4,07 e 4,31, cinzas entre 1,04 e 1,87%, proteínas entre 3,01 e 3,94%, lipídeos entre 19,77 e 28,17%, carboidratos entre 12,16 e 23,63% e VCT entre 241 e 348 calorias/100g. A análise sensorial e a intenção de compra demonstraram que as conservas de tomates orgânicos desidratados nos dois equipamentos apresentaram características sensorialmente adequadas para consumo e a comercialização, o que permite afirmar que é uma excelente alternativa para a agricultura familiar.  

  10. Tourette Association Chapters

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    ... com Arizona Email: info@tsa-az.org Website: http://tsa-az.org/ Arkansas Support Group of Northwest ... California/Hawaii Chapter Email: cbrackett2004@yahoo.com Website: http://www.tsanorcal-hawaii.org Southern California Chapter Phone: ...

  11. cernatschool.org's use of CVMFS and the CernVM

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    cernatschool.org is a very small Virtual Organisation made up of secondary school and university students, and participating organisations in the Institute for Research in Schools. We use CVMFS to delpoy dependencies and Python 3 itself for custom software used for analysing radiation data from Medipix detectors. This software is designed for running on GridPP worker nodes, part of the UK based distributed computing grid. The cernatschool.org VO also uses the CernVM, for job submission and interacting with the grid. The current use for both CVMFS and the CernVM is for facilitating analysis of 3 years worth of data from the LUCID payload on TechDemoSat-1. The CernVM looks like it could be particularly useful in the future for a standard system for students to use to program and analyse data themselves with, allowing easy access to any software they might need (not necessarily using GridPP compute resources at all).

  12. 4Kids.org: Topical, Searchable, and Safe Internet-Based Resource for Children and Youth

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    Bacon, Melanie; Blood, Leslie; Ault, Marilyn; Adams, Doug

    2008-01-01

    4Kids.org is an online resource with an accompanying syndicated print publication created to promote safe access to websites and technology literacy. 4Kids.org, created by ALTEC at the University of Kansas in 1995, provides a variety of Internet-based activities as well as access to a database of websites reviewed for educational content,…

  13. First administration to man of Org 25435, an intravenous anaesthetic: A Phase 1 Clinical Trial.

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    Rigby-Jones, Ann E; Sneyd, J Robert; Vijn, Peter; Boen, Patrick; Cross, Maurice

    2010-06-29

    Org 25435 is a new water-soluble alpha-amino acid ester intravenous anaesthetic which proved satisfactory in animal studies. This study aimed to assess the safety, tolerability and efficacy of Org 25435 and to obtain preliminary pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic data. In the Short Infusion study 8 healthy male volunteers received a 1 minute infusion of 0.25, 0.5, 1.0, or 2.0 mg/kg (n = 2 per group); a further 10 received 3.0 mg/kg (n = 5) or 4.0 mg/kg (n = 5). Following preliminary pharmacokinetic modelling 7 subjects received a titrated 30 minute Target Controlled Infusion (TCI), total dose 5.8-20 mg/kg. Within the Short Infusion study, all subjects were successfully anaesthetised at 3 and 4 mg/kg. Within the TCI study 5 subjects were anaesthetised and 2 showed signs of sedation. Org 25435 caused hypotension and tachycardia at doses over 2 mg/kg. Recovery from anaesthesia after a 30 min administration of Org 25435 was slow (13.7 min). Pharmacokinetic modelling suggests that the context sensitive half-time of Org 25435 is slightly shorter than that of propofol in infusions up to 20 minutes but progressively longer thereafter. Org 25435 is an effective intravenous anaesthetic in man at doses of 3 and 4 mg/kg given over 1 minute. Longer infusions can maintain anaesthesia but recovery is slow. Hypotension and tachycardia during anaesthesia and slow recovery of consciousness after cessation of drug administration suggest this compound has no advantages over currently available intravenous anaesthetics.

  14. Global Security | La sécurité globale

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    Full Text Available Peacekeeping Operations Expenditure, Humanitarian Assistance and ODA, 1990–2010 (in billion USD constant, 2009Dépenses pour les opérations de maintien de la paix, aide humanitaire et APD, 1990-2010 (en milliards USD constants de 2009Sources: OECD, OECD.Stat Extracts, http://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx; UN, United Nations Peacekeeping, http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping; Renner, M., Peacekeeping Expenditures in Current vs. Real Terms 1947–2005, http://www.globalpolicy.org; UN documents A/63/5 (...

  15. Reefgenomics.Org - a repository for marine genomics data.

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    Liew, Yi Jin; Aranda, Manuel; Voolstra, Christian R

    2016-01-01

    Over the last decade, technological advancements have substantially decreased the cost and time of obtaining large amounts of sequencing data. Paired with the exponentially increased computing power, individual labs are now able to sequence genomes or transcriptomes to investigate biological questions of interest. This has led to a significant increase in available sequence data. Although the bulk of data published in articles are stored in public sequence databases, very often, only raw sequencing data are available; miscellaneous data such as assembled transcriptomes, genome annotations etc. are not easily obtainable through the same means. Here, we introduce our website (http://reefgenomics.org) that aims to centralize genomic and transcriptomic data from marine organisms. Besides providing convenient means to download sequences, we provide (where applicable) a genome browser to explore available genomic features, and a BLAST interface to search through the hosted sequences. Through the interface, multiple datasets can be queried simultaneously, allowing for the retrieval of matching sequences from organisms of interest. The minimalistic, no-frills interface reduces visual clutter, making it convenient for end-users to search and explore processed sequence data. DATABASE URL: http://reefgenomics.org. © The Author(s) 2016. Published by Oxford University Press.

  16. Bilimsel Toplantı Duyuruları

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    Full Text Available AAFS 59th Annual Scientific Meeting 19-24 February 2007, USA Further information: San Antonio, TX. Tel: (250 426-7282 Web: www.asfo.org SAFCON-2007 South Asian And VII Annual National Conference Of Indian Congress Of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology 24-25 March 2007, India Further information: E-mail: safcon2007@forensicindia.com Web: www.icfmt.org SCANNING 2007 “Scanning Microscopy In Forensics Science” 10-12 April 2007 CA,USA Further information S. Frank Platek, Forensic Chemistry Center, US Food and Drug Administration, 6751 Steger Drive, Cincinnati, OH Tel: 513-679-2700 x254 Email: fplatek@ora.fda.gov Web: www.fams.org The 9th Annual Conference of BAHID 12-14 April 2007, United Kingdom University of Surrey, Guildford Further information: Web:www.bahid.org AFDIL’s International Training Course 16-20 April 2007, USA Extraction of DNA from Aged Skeletal Remains and Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Sequence Further information: The Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, 1413 Research Blvd, Bldg, 101, Rockville, MD 20850 25th Annual CME Symposium in Forensic Psychiatry April 26-29, 2007 Santa Fe, New Mexico - Inn and Spa at Loretto Further information : American College of Forensic Psychiatry PO Box 5870, Balboa Island CA 92662 Tel: (949 673-7773 www.forensicpsychonline.com VII.Adli Bilimler Sempozyumu Çocuk İstismarı ve İhmaline Güncel Yaklaşımlar 24-27 Mayıs 2007, Gaziantep İletişim: Dr.Aysun BARANSEL ISIR Gaziantep Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi Adli Tıp A.D. Tel: 0 342 360 60 60 / 76181 E-posta: aybaransel@yahoo.com Web: www.atud.org

  17. Blending social and economic goal in career guidance

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    Økonomiske og sociale mål i vejledning: Sufficient Economy og Gross National Happiness. Se under Papers, Theme Syntheses   http://www.is2007scotland.org.uk/prepare.htm......Økonomiske og sociale mål i vejledning: Sufficient Economy og Gross National Happiness. Se under Papers, Theme Syntheses   http://www.is2007scotland.org.uk/prepare.htm...

  18. Why Security Force Assistance Fails

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    military intervention, along with Rumsfeld’s vision of transformation, permeated the philosophy behind the planning process for invading Iraq.66...accessed March 23, 2016, http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/ film /rise-of-isis/. 37...Martin Smith. Aired October 28, 2014. Accessed March 23, 2016. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/ film /rise-of-isis/. Paul, Christopher et al. What Works

  19. Lo orgánico y lo funcional en psiquiatría

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    Full Text Available El desarrollo acelerado de las neurociencias en las últimas dos décadas permitió rescatar al cerebro de las sombras cartesianas donde se encontraba condenado, demostrándose que todo fenómeno psíquico, normal o morboso, tiene como sustento material a este órgano gestor de las funciones psíquicas. De esta manera quedó esclarecido que los trastornos mentales desencadenados por acontecimientos psicosociales estresantes actúan sobre el cerebro, provocando cambios neuroquímicos a nivel molecular responsables de la sintomatología que los tipifica, conjugándose etiopatogénicamente los factores biológicos, psicológicos y sociales gestores de estos desórdenes mentales. (1 Se distinguen en psiquiatría dos tipos de perfiles clínicos que los clásicos semiólogos clasificaron en síndromes orgánicos y funcionales; los primeros causados por alteraciones estructurales a nivel histopatológico en el cerebro o sus envolturas, nombradas afecciones orgánicas propiamente dichas, y síntomáticas cuando afectan el metabolismo cerebral a distancia; los segundos sustentan los cambios a nivel molecular, afectando la constitución química del cerebro por factores psicosociales, hereditarios y congénitos. (1 Los avances neurobiológicos esclarecen la multicausalidad de los trastornos mentales y el papel organogénico del cerebro, sustentado en su capacidad intrínseca de reflejar la realidad objetiva, que al perderse origina el espectro psicopatológico que hoy conocemos. (2 Algunos autores contemporáneos a partir del resurgimiento del protagonismo cerebral en la cristalización de los trastornos mentales, plantean que las fronteras entre lo orgánico y lo funcional se quebraron y que la enfermedad mental es orgánica en toda su extensión dada la obligada participación etiológica del cerebro. Soy del criterio que la actual omnipresencia cerebral en la generación de los procesos psicológicos, es sin duda, una virtud trascendente de la ciencia

  20. Representaciones sociales de los alimentos orgánicos entre consumidores de Chiapas

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    Full Text Available Ante un modelo intensivo en el uso de agroquímicos y sus consecuencias en la salud y en el medio ambiente, los alimentos orgánicos emergen como una opción de producción sustentable y saludable para los consumidores. Este artículo expone los resultados de un estudio sobre los factores generales que organizan la representación social de los alimentos frescos orgánicos en tres grupos de consumidores en San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas. El estudio se realizó con dispositivos cuantitativos y cualitativos con 250 consumidores en tres espacios de venta. Los resultados muestran similitudes y diferencias según grupo social estudiado. Los tres casos comparten preocupaciones por la salud las cuales se enmarcan en diversos factores de riesgo. Las diferencias se muestran en cuanto a sus posicionamientos políticos e ideológicos así como por su oportunidad de acceso a los alimentos orgánicos. La escolaridad no fue determinante para diferenciar las representaciones sociales emitidas.

  1. Org-1, the Drosophila ortholog of Tbx1, is a direct activator of known identity genes during muscle specification.

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    Schaub, Christoph; Nagaso, Hideyuki; Jin, Hong; Frasch, Manfred

    2012-03-01

    Members of the T-Box gene family of transcription factors are important players in regulatory circuits that generate myogenic and cardiogenic lineage diversities in vertebrates. We show that during somatic myogenesis in Drosophila, the single ortholog of vertebrate Tbx1, optomotor-blind-related-gene-1 (org-1), is expressed in a small subset of muscle progenitors, founder cells and adult muscle precursors, where it overlaps with the products of the muscle identity genes ladybird (lb) and slouch (slou). In addition, org-1 is expressed in the lineage of the heart-associated alary muscles. org-1 null mutant embryos lack Lb and Slou expression within the muscle lineages that normally co-express org-1. As a consequence, the respective muscle fibers and adult muscle precursors are either severely malformed or missing, as are the alary muscles. To address the mechanisms that mediate these regulatory interactions between Org-1, Lb and Slou, we characterized distinct enhancers associated with somatic muscle expression of lb and slou. We demonstrate that these lineage- and stage-specific cis-regulatory modules (CRMs) bind Org-1 in vivo, respond to org-1 genetically and require T-box domain binding sites for their activation. In summary, we propose that org-1 is a common and direct upstream regulator of slou and lb in the developmental pathway of these two neighboring muscle lineages. Cross-repression between slou and lb and combinatorial activation of lineage-specific targets by Org-1-Slou and Org-1-Lb, respectively, then leads to the distinction between the two lineages. These findings provide new insights into the regulatory circuits that control the proper pattering of the larval somatic musculature in Drosophila.

  2. The LENR-CANR.ORG Website, its Past and Future

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    Rothwell, J.; Storms, E.

    2005-12-01

    The LENR-CANR.org web site has proven to be a popular source of information about cold fusion. This site has distributed more full text papers about LENR than any other source. In addition, it contains many features that allow easy search and insertion of the discovered references into a document.

  3. Learner support in a distributed learning environment:the use of WWW-based teachware packages

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    Christian Langenbach

    1997-01-01

    Full Text Available Various forms of education and training, based on the classical Computer Based Training (CBT, have become well established within companies and in higher education. With regard to the flexibility in terms of time and location, as well as in terms of incurred cost, they are far superior to traditional forms of instruction. A relatively recent development which has not yet gained widespread acceptance is the use of the World Wide Web (WWW as a basis and platform for distributed computer assisted teaching and learning. In addition to the advantages outlined with regard to classical CBT, the WWW offers the two advantages of world wide availablity as well as ease of promptly updating courses, but also adds many possibilities of collaborative learning. Using the Java programming language and the ever improving means of online presentation it has become possible to realize sophisticated WWW-based teachware packages which are comparable in terms of appearance and functionality to classical CBT applications created with dedicated authoring systems.

  4. Canadiana.org: One of Canada's oldest and newest digitization initiatives

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    Brian Bell

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available Canadiana.org is a new independent, non-profit, alliance of partners, includingLibrary and Archives Canada, from all parts of Canada's cultural, heritage,research, broadcasting and publishing communities, chartered to raise funds,receive donations and grants and to act as the overall coordinator and facilitatorfor digitization initiatives and related enduring access services and preservationinfrastructures. Working with Library and Archives Canada under the frameworkof the Canadian Digital Information Strategy, Canadiana.org has a 'masterplan' to facilitate a coherent national digital information strategy. The communityhas developed a bilingual metadata toolkit to suit most types of material as anoption for those who need it. The community also supports a powerful bilingualpublic access Indexing and Discovery Portal system (right now brandedAlouetteCanada to enhance the searching and discovery of local digitalcollections of all types across the country.

  5. Uso de sustratos orgánicos para la producción de tomate en invernadero

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    Márquez Hernández, Cándido; Cano Ríos, Pedro; Rodríguez Dimas, Norma

    2008-01-01

    La producción orgánica de alimentos es una alternativa para los consumidores que prefieren alimentos libres de plaguicidas y fertilizantes sintéticos, inocuos y con un alto valor nutricional. No obstante, la Certificación orgánica indica un período de transición de tres a cinco años sin aplicación de ningún producto sintético al suelo, período que la mayoría de los productores, no están dispuestos a aceptar, porque implica arriesgar el capital. Por otro lado, el tomate orgánico en México alca...

  6. CHARACTERIZATION OF ORG-20241, A COMBINED PHOSPHODIESTERASE IV/III CYCLIC-NUCLEOTIDE PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITOR FOR ASTHMA

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    NICHOLSON, CD; BRUIN, J; BARRON, E; SPIERS, [No Value; DEBOER, J; VANAMSTERDAM, RGM; ZAAGSMA, J; KELLY, JJ; DENT, G; GIEMBYCZ, MA; BARNES, PJ

    The pharmacological profile of a novel cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase (PDE) inhibitor, Org 20241, has been characterized. The compound selectively inhibits PDE IV (plC(50), 5.2-6.1) and PDE III (plC(50), 4.4-4.6) from animal and human tissues. Org 20241 relaxed preparations of bovine trachea

  7. Physiomodel - an integrative physiology in Modelica.

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    Matejak, Marek; Kofranek, Jiri

    2015-08-01

    Physiomodel (http://www.physiomodel.org) is our reimplementation and extension of an integrative physiological model called HumMod 1.6 (http://www.hummod.org) using our Physiolibrary (http://www.physiolibrary.org). The computer language Modelica is well-suited to exactly formalize integrative physiology. Modelica is an equation-based, and object-oriented language for hybrid ordinary differential equations (http:// www.modelica.org). Almost every physiological term can be defined as a class in this language and can be instantiated as many times as it occurs in the body. Each class has a graphical icon for use in diagrams. These diagrams are self-describing; the Modelica code generated from them is the full representation of the underlying mathematical model. Special Modelica constructs of physical connectors from Physiolibrary allow us to create diagrams that are analogies of electrical circuits with Kirchhoff's laws. As electric currents and electric potentials are connected in electrical domain, so are molar flows and concentrations in the chemical domain; volumetric flows and pressures in the hydraulic domain; flows of heat energy and temperatures in the thermal domain; and changes and amounts of members in the population domain.

  8. A role for accumbal glycine receptors in modulation of dopamine release by the glycine transporter-1 inhibitor Org25935

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    Helga eHöifödt Lidö

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available AbstractAccumbal glycine modulates basal and ethanol-induced dopamine levels in the nucleus accumbens (nAc as well as voluntary ethanol consumption. Also, systemic administration of the glycine transporter-1 inhibitor Org25935 elevates dopamine levels in nAc, prevents a further ethanol-induced dopamine elevation and robustly and dose-dependently decreases ethanol consumption in rats. Here we investigated whether Org25935 applied locally in nAc modulates dopamine release, and whether accumbal glycine receptors or NMDA receptors are involved in this tentative effect. We also addressed whether Org25935 and ethanol applied locally in nAc interact with dopamine levels, as seen after systemic administration. We used in vivo microdialysis coupled to HPLC-ED in freely moving male Wistar rats to monitor dopamine output in nAc after local perfusion of Org25935 alone, with ethanol, or Org25935-perfusion after pre-treatment with the glycine receptor antagonist strychnine or the NMDA receptor glycine site antagonist L-701.324. Local Org25935 increased extracellular dopamine levels in a subpopulation of rats. Local strychnine, but not systemic L-701.324, antagonized the dopamine-activating effect of Org25935. Ethanol failed to induce a dopamine overflow in the subpopulation responding to Org25935 with a dopamine elevation. The study supports a role for accumbal glycine receptors rather than NMDA receptor signaling in the dopamine-activating effect of Org25935. The results further indicate that the previously reported systemic Org25935-ethanol interaction with regard to accumbal dopamine is localized to the nAc. This adds to the growing evidence for the glycine receptor as an important player in the dopamine reward circuitry and in ethanol’s effects within this system.

  9. WorldWideScience.org: Bringing Light to Grey

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    Hitson, Brian A. (OSTI-DOE); Johnson, Lorrie A. (OSTI-DOE); GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service

    2008-01-01

    WorldWideScience.org and its governance structure, the WorldWideScience Alliance, are putting a brighter spotlight on grey literature. Through this new tool, grey literature is getting broader exposure to audiences all over the world. Improved access to and sharing of research information is the key to accelerating progress and breakthroughs in any field, especially science. Includes: Conference preprint, Powerpoint presentation, Abstract and Biographical notes, Pratt student commentary ...

  10. The CpG island searcher: a new WWW resource.

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    Takai, Daiya; Jones, Peter A

    2003-01-01

    Clusters of CpG dinucleotides in GC rich regions of the genome called "CpG islands" frequently occur in the 5' ends of genes. Methylation of CpG islands plays a role in transcriptional silencing in higher organisms in certain situations. We have established a CpG-island-extraction algorithm, which we previously developed [Takai and Jones, 2002], on a web site which has a simple user interface to identify CpG islands from submitted sequences of up to 50kb. The web site determines the locations of CpG islands using parameters (lower limit of %GC, ObsCpG/ExpCpG, length) set by the user, to display the value of parameters on each CpG island, and provides a graphical map of CpG dinucleotide distribution and borders of CpG islands. A command-line version of the CpG islands searcher has also been developed for larger sequences. The CpG Island Searcher was applied to the latest sequence and mapping information of human chromosomes 20, 21 and 22, and a total of 2345 CpG islands were extracted and 534 (23%) of them contained first coding exons and 650 (28%) contained other exons. The CpG Island Searcher is available on the World Wide Web at http://www.cpgislands.com or http://www.uscnorris.com/cpgislands/cpg.cgi.

  11. HIV/AIDS - resources

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    Resources - HIV/AIDS ... information on AIDS : AIDS.gov -- www.aids.gov AIDS Info -- aidsinfo.nih.gov The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation -- www.kff.org/hivaids US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- www.cdc.gov/hiv

  12. Soil microbial biomass in organic farming system Biomassa microbiana do solo em sistemas orgânicos

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    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Agricultural production systems have to combine management practices in order to sustain soil's profitability and quality. Organic farming is gaining worldwide acceptance and has been expanding at an annual rate of 20% in the last decade, accounting for over 24 million hectares worldwide. Organic practices avoid applications of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, rely on organic inputs and recycling for nutrient supply, and emphasize cropping system design and biological processes for pest management, as defined by organic farming regulation in the world. In comparison with conventional farming, organic farming has potential benefits in improving food quality and safety. Plant production in organic farming mainly depends on nutrient release as a function of mineralization processes in soils. The build-up of a large and active soil microbial biomass is important pool of accessible nutrients, therefore, is an important priority in organic farming. In organic farming, there is positive effect of quantity and quality of inputs of organic residues on soil microbial biomass. In this way, the organic systems are extremely important for the increase of the soil fertility and the maintenance of the environmental sustainability.A produção agrícola tem de combinar práticas para prover a sustentabilidade do solo. A agricultura orgânica está ganhando aceitação mundial e cresce à taxa anual de 20% na última década, contabilizando mais de 24 milhões de hectares. As práticas orgânicas evitam o uso de fertilizantes sintéticos e pesticidas, enfatiza a aplicação de matéria orgânica, como também a reciclagem de nutrientes e de processos biológicos para manejo de pragas, através das regras dos sistemas orgânicos no mundo. Em comparação com a agricultura convencional, os sistemas orgânicos têm potencial de melhorar a qualidade e a segurança dos alimentos. A produção das plantas no sistema orgânico depende da liberação de nutrientes

  13. Principios Generales de Agricultura Orgánica.

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    Oscar García Molano

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    Full Text Available GARCIA, José Francisco. (2006:Principios Generales de Agricultura Orgánica, Tunja:Ed.JDC.,ISBN:958-9340-67-9La producción agrícola ha tomadoun nuevo rumbo en el siglo XXI, hoy, se centra en el uso adecuado del suelo como recurso indispensable para la producción de alimentos, a partir de tecnologías limpias y apropiadas. Esto constituye una forma inteligente de garantizar la seguridad alimentaria y sanitaria de la población mundial, sin afectar al medio ambiente.

  14. WWW-intensive concept mapping for metacognition in solving ill-structured problems

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    Stoyanov, S.; Stoyanov, Slavi; Kommers, Petrus A.M.

    2006-01-01

    Concept mapping is one of the most intimate and most dynamic learning support activities that needs still a drastic further evolution of methods and tools. WWW-based concept mapping gains momentum quite fast now and needs a solid reviewing of the various approaches and the empirical effects. This

  15. Enhancing Public Access to Relevant and Valued Medical Information: Fresh Directions for RadiologyInfo.org.

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    Rubin, Geoffrey D; Krishnaraj, Arun; Mahesh, Mahadevappa; Rajendran, Ramji R; Fishman, Elliot K

    2017-05-01

    RadiologyInfo.org is a public information portal designed to support patient care and broaden public awareness of the essential role radiology plays in overall patient health care. Over the past 14 years, RadiologyInfo.org has evolved considerably to provide access to more than 220 mixed-media descriptions of tests, treatments, and diseases through a spectrum of mobile and desktop platforms, social media, and downloadable documents in both English and Spanish. In 2014, the RSNA-ACR Public Information Website Committee, which stewards RadiologyInfo.org, developed 3- to 5-year strategic and implementation plans for the website. The process was informed by RadiologyInfo.org user surveys, formal stakeholder interviews, focus groups, and usability testing. Metrics were established as key performance indicators to assess progress toward the stated goals of (1) optimizing content to enhance patient-centeredness, (2) enhancing reach and engagement, and (3) maintaining sustainability. Major changes resulting from this process include a complete redesign of the website, the replacement of text-rich PowerPoint presentations with conversational videos, and the development of an affiliate network. Over the past year, visits to RadiologyInfo.org have increased by 60.27% to 1,424,523 in August 2016 from 235 countries and territories. Twenty-two organizations have affiliated with RadiologyInfo.org with new organizations being added on a monthly basis. RadiologyInfo provides a tangible demonstration of how radiologists can engage directly with the global public to educate them on the value of radiology in their health care and to allay concerns and dispel misconceptions. Regular self-assessment and responsive planning will ensure its continued growth and relevance. Copyright © 2016 American College of Radiology. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  16. Disrupting Threat Finances: Utilization of Financial Information to Disrupt Terrorist Organization in the Twenty-First Century

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    Organized Crime, 2000, 1, Available from http://www.unodc.org/adhoc/ palermo /convmain.html; Internet; Accessed on 18 September 2006. 159United Nations...Transnational Organized Crime. 2000. Available from http://www.unodc.org/adhoc/ palermo /convmain.html. Internet. Accessed on 27 February 2007...Liberation of Palestine (PFLF), PFLP-General Command (PFLP-GC), Al-Qa’ida, Real IRA (RIRA), Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), Revolutionary

  17. Digital Semaphore: Technical Feasibility of QR Code Optical Signaling for Fleet Communications

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    Standards (http://www.iso.org) JIS Japanese Industrial Standard JPEG Joint Photographic Experts Group (digital image format; http://www.jpeg.org) LED...Denso Wave corporation in the 1990s for the Japanese automotive manufacturing industry. See Appendix A for full details. Reed-Solomon Error...eliminates camera blur induced by the shutter, providing clear images at extremely high frame rates. Thusly, digital cinema cameras are more suitable

  18. Role of the Neddylation Enzyme Uba3, a New Estrogen Receptor Corepressor, in Breast Cancer

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    2005-09-01

    downstream targets Cancer Res 64:8184-8192 (cover article ). *This DOD award is acknowledged in these publications. Presentations 1. Fan M, Park A...www.endoiournals.org/. The final copy edited article can be found at 15 http://www.endojoumals.org/. The Endocrine Society disclaims any responsibility or...8217Hutnan Cancer Genetics Program, Departtent of Molecular Virology, Inmunology , and Medical Genetics, Comprehensive Cancer Center, The Ohio State Universit

  19. Cyberpeace Through Cyberspace: Nation-Building Against Transnational Terrorism

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    Haiti,” The Seattle Times, January 27, 2010 at: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2010910268_haiti28.html? syndication =rss (accessed...March 30, 2010 at: http://www.thebulletin.org/web-edition/ columnists /fissile-materials- working-group/reduce-the-civilian-use-of-heu-now (accessed...Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March 30, 2010. http://www.thebulletin.org/web- edition/ columnists /fissile-materials-working-group/reduce-the

  20. ESO Reflex: A Graphical Workflow Engine for Data Reduction

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    Hook, R.; Romaniello, M.; Péron, M.; Ballester, P.; Gabasch, A.; Izzo, C.; Ullgrén, M.; Maisala, S.; Oittinen, T.; Solin, O.; Savolainen, V.; Järveläinen, P.; Tyynelä, J.

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    Sampo {http://www.eso.org/sampo} (Hook et al. 2005) is a project led by ESO and conducted by a software development team from Finland as an in-kind contribution to joining ESO. The goal is to assess the needs of the ESO community in the area of data reduction environments and to create pilot software products that illustrate critical steps along the road to a new system. Those prototypes will not only be used to validate concepts and understand requirements but will also be tools of immediate value for the community. Most of the raw data produced by ESO instruments can be reduced using CPL {http://www.eso.org/cpl} recipes: compiled C programs following an ESO standard and utilizing routines provided by the Common Pipeline Library. Currently reduction recipes are run in batch mode as part of the data flow system to generate the input to the ESO VLT/VLTI quality control process and are also made public for external users. Sampo has developed a prototype application called ESO Reflex {http://www.eso.org/sampo/reflex/} that integrates a graphical user interface and existing data reduction algorithms. ESO Reflex can invoke CPL-based recipes in a flexible way through a dedicated interface. ESO Reflex is based on the graphical workflow engine Taverna {http://taverna.sourceforge.net} that was originally developed by the UK eScience community, mostly for work in the life sciences. Workflows have been created so far for three VLT/VLTI instrument modes ( VIMOS/IFU {http://www.eso.org/instruments/vimos/}, FORS spectroscopy {http://www.eso.org/instruments/fors/} and AMBER {http://www.eso.org/instruments/amber/}), and the easy-to-use GUI allows the user to make changes to these or create workflows of their own. Python scripts and IDL procedures can be easily brought into workflows and a variety of visualisation and display options, including custom product inspection and validation steps, are available.

  1. Percepção ambiental dos produtores e qualidade do solo em propriedades orgânicas e convencionais

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    Araci Kamiyama

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available O sistema orgânico de produção deve resultar na utilização mais racional dos recursos naturais, sobretudo do solo. Os produtores orgânicos devem adotar práticas conservacionistas, além de atender a outros princípios deste sistema de produção. Neste trabalho foram avaliadas as práticas de manejo e conservação do solo adotadas por produtores orgânicos e convencionais nas regiões dos municípios de Socorro (Serra da Mantiqueira e Mogiana e Ibiúna, situados no Estado de São Paulo. O objetivo dessa pesquisa foi verificar o grau de adoção de práticas conservacionistas pelos produtores e avaliar a qualidade do solo na agricultura orgânica e convencional. Foi elaborado e aplicado um questionário, com visitas locais para verificação das práticas conservacionistas e ocorrência de erosão, em 30 propriedades. Os resultados foram expressos em índices indicadores de diversidade de uso do solo, atitude conservacionista, percepção de erosão e do impacto sobre os recursos hídricos. Foram também realizadas análises de atributos químicos, físicos e biológicos indicadores da qualidade do solo. Concluiu-se que os produtores orgânicos têm maior percepção quanto à atitude conservacionista e nas propriedades orgânicas há maior diversidade de cultivos, embora não haja maior diversidade geral de uso do solo. A produção orgânica de alface, em Ibiúna proporcionou maior atividade biológica no solo e maior colonização por fungos micorrízicos arbusculares. O sistema orgânico possui maiores teores de matéria orgânica e menores de potássio e não houve diferença entre os atributos físicos do solo dos sistemas orgânico e convencional.

  2. Ultraviolet light emitting diodes by ammonia molecular beam epitaxy on metamorphic (www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/

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    Young, Erin C.; Yonkee, Benjamin P.; Wu, Feng; Saifaddin, Burhan K.; Cohen, Daniel A.; DenBaars, Steve P.; Nakamura, Shuji; Speck, James S.

    2015-01-01

    © 2015. In this paper we demonstrate ultraviolet (UV) light emitting diodes (LEDs) grown on metamorphic AlGaN buffers on freestanding GaN (202-1) substrates by ammonia assisted molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). Misfit and related threading dislocations were confined to the stress relaxed, compositionally graded buffer layers, and single quantum well devices emitting at 355, 310 and 274. nm were grown on top of the graded buffers. The devices showed excellent structural and electrical (I-. V) characteristics.

  3. Ultraviolet light emitting diodes by ammonia molecular beam epitaxy on metamorphic (www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/

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    Young, Erin C.

    2015-09-01

    © 2015. In this paper we demonstrate ultraviolet (UV) light emitting diodes (LEDs) grown on metamorphic AlGaN buffers on freestanding GaN (202-1) substrates by ammonia assisted molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). Misfit and related threading dislocations were confined to the stress relaxed, compositionally graded buffer layers, and single quantum well devices emitting at 355, 310 and 274. nm were grown on top of the graded buffers. The devices showed excellent structural and electrical (I-. V) characteristics.

  4. BikeMaps.org: A Global Tool for Collision and Near Miss Mapping.

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    Nelson, Trisalyn A; Denouden, Taylor; Jestico, Benjamin; Laberee, Karen; Winters, Meghan

    2015-01-01

    There are many public health benefits to cycling, such as chronic disease reduction and improved air quality. Real and perceived concerns about safety are primary barriers to new ridership. Due to limited forums for official reporting of cycling incidents, lack of comprehensive data is limiting our ability to study cycling safety and conduct surveillance. Our goal is to introduce BikeMaps.org, a new website developed by the authors for crowd-source mapping of cycling collisions and near misses. BikeMaps.org is a global mapping system that allows citizens to map locations of cycling incidents and report on the nature of the event. Attributes collected are designed for spatial modeling research on predictors of safety and risk, and to aid surveillance and planning. Released in October 2014, within 2 months the website had more than 14,000 visitors and mapping in 14 countries. Collisions represent 38% of reports (134/356) and near misses 62% (222/356). In our pilot city, Victoria, Canada, citizens mapped data equivalent to about 1 year of official cycling collision reports within 2 months via BikeMaps.org. Using report completeness as an indicator, early reports indicate that data are of high quality with 50% being fully attributed and another 10% having only one missing attribute. We are advancing this technology, with the development of a mobile App, improved data visualization, real-time altering of hazard reports, and automated open-source tools for data sharing. Researchers and citizens interested in utilizing the BikeMaps.org technology can get involved by encouraging citizen mapping in their region.

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    Measurements of event shapes and azimuthal correlations are presented for events where a Z boson is produced in association with jets in proton-proton collisions. The data collected with the CMS detector at the CERN LHC at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV correspond to an integrated luminosity of 5.0 inverse femtobarns. The analysis provides a test of predictions from perturbative QCD for a process that represents a substantial background to many physics channels. Results are presented as a function of jet multiplicity, for inclusive Z boson production and for Z bosons with transverse momenta greater than 150 GeV, and compared to predictions from Monte Carlo event generators that include leading-order multiparton matrix-element (with up to four hard partons in the final state) and next-to-leading-order simulations of Z + 1-jet events. The experimental results are corrected for detector effects, and can be compared directly with other QCD models.

  6. Situs Blog Pribadi www.dianrainbow.blogspot.com dan Minat Menggunakan Jilbab (Studi Korelasional Pengaruh Situs Blog Pribadi www.dianrainbow.blogspot.com Terhadap Minat Menggunakan Jilbab Pada Mahasiswi Fakultas Keguruan Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Muhammadyah Sumatera Utara).

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    The study entitled The Site of Personal Blog www.dianrainbow.blogspot.com and Interest of Using a Hijab (The Study of Correlational About Influence The Site of Personal Blog www.dianrainbow.blogspot.com Against The Interest of Using a Hijab On Coed Faculty of teacher training Education in North Sumatra Muhammadiyah University). Researchers used several theories relevant to research that is: The Uses and Gratifications Theory, Communications Technology, The Internet, Blogs and The Site of ...

  7. Creador de WWW: "ICANN no deberia estar controlada solo por EEUU"

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    "El creador del sistema de intercambio de informacion World Wide Web (www), Tim Berners Lee, que participa hoy en la inauguracion de la Cumbre Mundial de la Sociedad de la Informacion, dijo que el registro de nombres de dominio en Internet no deberia depender unicamente de Estados Unidos" (1 page).

  8. La agricultura orgánica y la agricultura tradicional : una alternativa intercultural

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    Full Text Available En relación al tema agrícola, punto central en el presente trabajo, cabe reflexionar sobre cómo se tomaron las decisiones que competen a los modelos agrícolas y a las tecnologías utilizadas. se comparan las diferencias y similitudes de la agricultura orgánica y tradicional, a través de un análisis histórico sobre las transformaciones y tecnologías agrícolas. Se toma a la agricultura orgánica como un ejemplo palpable de las ventajas de trabajar desde una perspectiva intercultural que contrasta una cultura con otra.

  9. Chado controller: advanced annotation management with a community annotation system.

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    Guignon, Valentin; Droc, Gaëtan; Alaux, Michael; Baurens, Franc-Christophe; Garsmeur, Olivier; Poiron, Claire; Carver, Tim; Rouard, Mathieu; Bocs, Stéphanie

    2012-04-01

    We developed a controller that is compliant with the Chado database schema, GBrowse and genome annotation-editing tools such as Artemis and Apollo. It enables the management of public and private data, monitors manual annotation (with controlled vocabularies, structural and functional annotation controls) and stores versions of annotation for all modified features. The Chado controller uses PostgreSQL and Perl. The Chado Controller package is available for download at http://www.gnpannot.org/content/chado-controller and runs on any Unix-like operating system, and documentation is available at http://www.gnpannot.org/content/chado-controller-doc The system can be tested using the GNPAnnot Sandbox at http://www.gnpannot.org/content/gnpannot-sandbox-form valentin.guignon@cirad.fr; stephanie.sidibe-bocs@cirad.fr Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online.

  10. http://www.economistascoruna.org/eawp/eawp.asp?qsa=ES&qsb=1&qsc=191&qsd=199

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    Full Text Available Las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicaciones (TIC´s están redefiniendo parte de los patrones conductuales que regulan la interacción social. El tiempo y el espacio han dejado de ser un límite en el accionar tanto de las personas, empresas y gobiernos. A nivel mundial la brecha entre los países desarrollados y en vías de desarrollo se ha ampliado en los últimos años, debido en gran parte a la masificación del uso de tecnologías. En empresas TIC´s, específicamente empresas desarrolladoras de software, tanto chilenas como canadienses, se verificó el uso que hacen éstas del Marketing Estratégico como una herramienta competitiva, a la hora de planificar la operación y continuidad.

  11. http://www.economistascoruna.org/eawp/eawp.asp?qsa=ES&qsb=1&qsc=191&qsd=199

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    2007-01-01

    Las Tecnologías de Información y Comunicaciones (TIC´s) están redefiniendo parte de los patrones conductuales que regulan la interacción social. El tiempo y el espacio han dejado de ser un límite en el accionar tanto de las personas, empresas y gobiernos. A nivel mundial la brecha entre los países desarrollados y en vías de desarrollo se ha ampliado en los últimos años, debido en gran parte a la masificación del uso de tecnologías. En empresas TIC´s, específicamente empresas desarrolladoras d...

  12. Solanáceas em sistema orgânico no Brasil: tomate, batata e physalis

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    Full Text Available A pesquisa científica brasileira voltada para sistemas orgânicos ainda tem sido permeada por uma lógica baseada na mera substituição de insumos. Falta um aprofundamento em relação ao reconhecimento dos componentes dos sistemas de produção (ecofisiologia; manejo e fertilidade do solo; conservação de água e solo; manejo fitossanitário e como estes podem ser investigados de forma holística. Baseado em tais lacunas discute-se neste artigo de revisão as principais particularidades relacionadas a produção orgânica de tomate e batata, principais oleráceas da família Solanaceae, e de uma frutífera exótica potencial para sistemas orgânicos, a physalis (Physalis peruviana L..

  13. La arquitectura revisionista y orgánica en Estados Unidos

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    5. La arquitectura revisionista y orgánica en Estados Unidos 5. l. Desarrollo y revisión de la arquitectura moderna: Philip Johnson y Paul Rudolph 5. 2. Eclecticismo y organicismo en la obra de Eero Saarinen 5. 3. La obra de Kevin Roche

  14. Sustentabilidad de la caficultura orgánica en La Convención Cusco

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    Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina. Escuela de Posgrado. Doctorado en Agricultura Sustentable Con la finalidad de determinar la sustentabilidad de la caficultura orgánica en La Convención-Cusco se evaluó de forma comparativa la sostenibilidad de la producción de café arábico a nivel social, ambiental y económico del sistema orgánico y convencional, mediante indicadores estratégicos. La zona de estudio se encuentra en la ceja de selva del sur oeste del Perú. Se ha utilizado el método p...

  15. Sistema biodigestor para el tratamiento de desechos orgánicos : (Estelí, Nicaragua)

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    2010-01-01

    El tratamiento de los desechos orgánicos procedentes de la agroindustria tales como el despulpado del café (pulpa y aguas mieles), la cáscara del plátano, sueros de leche producidos por las queserías y la gallinaza (estiércol de gallina preparado para ser utilizado como abono o complemento alimenticio para ganado); constituye una valiosa oportunidad de evitar la contaminación de los acuíferos, reducir la deforestación, obtener energía proveniente del biogás y producir fertilizantes orgánicos....

  16. Oligonucleic Acid Drug List: monrd0027 [Oligonucleic Acid Drug Database[Archive

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    Full Text Available acebo control group. A phase III study has been carried out. ... https://www.clinicaltrialsregister.eu/ctr-sear...ch/trial/2015-001963-37/LV, http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1407250, https://www.clinicaltrialsregis...ter.eu/ctr-search/trial/2011-002640-27/IT, https://www.clinicaltrialsregister.

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    Full Text Available Forensic Science Society Conferences 27 January 2007 Student One Day Conference Kingston University The Forensic Science Society, 18A Mount Parade, Harrogate HG1 1BX UK Tel: +44 (0 1423 506 068 Fax: +44 (0 1423 566 391 Email: conference@forensic-science-society.org.uk AAFS 59th Annual Scientific Meeting 19-24 February 2007, USA Further information: San Antonio, TX. Tel: (250 426-7282 Web: www.asfo.org The American Academy of Forensic Sciences 59th Annual Scientific Meeting 19-24 February To be held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX. CONTACT: Nancy J. Jackson Meetings & Expositions Manager AAFS 410 N. 21st Street Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719 636-1100 Fax: (719 636-1993 njackson@aafs.org The American Society of Forensic Odontology's 37th Annual Scientific Session - "Basic Forensic Odontology: Impact on the Global Stage" 20 February 2007 To be held in conjunction with the 2007 AAFS Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX. Fax: (250 426-7282 www.asfo.org The American Board of Forensic Odontology Civil Litigation Committee's "The Art & Science of Expert Witness Testimony" Workshop 24 February 207 To be held in conjunction with the 2007 AAFS Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX. The deadline for applying to be an "Expert Witness" is September 1, 2006. CONTACT: Dr. Tom David (404 633-9742 or (770 565-2320 - tjd214@bellsouth.net SAFCON-2007 South Asian And VII Annual National Conference Of Indian Congress Of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology 24-25 March 2007, India safcon2007@forensicindia.com Web: www.icfmt.org Forensic Science - Where Are We Now? 18-20 March 2007, Kingdom of Bahrain The Forensic Science Society, Clarke House, 18A Mount Parade, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England HG1 1BX Tel: +1423 506068 or email: Conference@forensic-science-society.org.uk Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Fourth Annual Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2007 28-March 2 To be held at the Moscone North Convention Center in San Francisco, CA. CONTACT

  18. Improved Coast Guard Communications Using Commercial Satellites and WWW Technology: Slide Presentation

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    The slides in this file amplify a paper that was presented at International Mobile Satellite Conference, (IMSC-97), Pasadena CA on 18 June 1997. The text of that presentation can be found at http://www.bts.gov/NTL/data/imsc.pdf.

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  20. Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices Recommended Immunization Schedule for Children and Adolescents Aged 18 Years or Younger - United States, 2018.

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    In October 2017, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) approved the Recommended Immunization Schedule for Children and Adolescents Aged 18 Years or Younger - United States, 2018. The 2018 child and adolescent immunization schedule summarizes ACIP recommendations, including several changes from the 2017 immunization schedules, in three figures and footnotes to the figures. These documents can be found on the CDC immunization schedule website (https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/index.html). These immunization schedules are approved by ACIP (https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/index.html), the American Academy of Pediatrics (https://www.aap.org), the American Academy of Family Physicians (https://www.aafp.org), and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (https://www.acog.org). Health care providers are advised to use the figures and the footnotes together. The full ACIP recommendations for each vaccine, including contraindications and precautions, can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/acip-recs/index.html. Providers should be aware that changes in recommendations for specific vaccines can occur between annual updates to the childhood/adolescent immunization schedules. If errors or omissions are discovered within the child and adolescent schedule, CDC posts revised versions on the CDC immunization schedule website.

  1. Wald type analysis for spin-one fields in three dimensions

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    Bera, Nabarun; Das, Suchetan; Ezhuthachan, Bobby

    2017-01-01

    We revisit Wald’s analysis of https://www.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.33.3613 in the context of spin-one fields in three dimensions. A key technical difference from Wald’s is the role played by the three dimensional completely antisymmetric tensor. We show how this changes the analysis as well as the result from that of https://www.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.33.3613.

  2. U.S. Government Security Response to Attacks on its Diplomatic Missions, 1979-2012: How Effective?

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    in New York City;120 following years of apartheid , Nelson Mandela becoming South Africa’s first black president on May 10, 1994;121 Yasir Arafat’s...Sungusungu,” (Durban, South Africa , 2000), http://www.unhabitat.org/downloads/ docs/1825_12883_ sungusungu.pdf (accessed April 28, 2013), 18...Neighbourhood Watch Groups–“Sungusungu,” (Durban, South Africa , 2000), http://www.unhabitat.org/downloads/ docs/1825_12883_sungusungu.pdf (accessed April

  3. Allocating Marine Expeditionary Unit Equipment to Minimize Shortfalls. Third Edition

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    2015-01-01

    research clients and sponsors. Support RAND Make a tax -deductible charitable contribution at www.rand.org/giving/contribute www.rand.org Library of... evasion and rescue plans prior to their flight, which would also be an important input for TRAP planning, particularly in cases in which there are...the scheme of maneuver, removing or avoiding obstacles and clearing threats is planned for as well. Large civilian populations are avoided whenever

  4. Benchmarking: contexts and details matter.

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    Zheng, Siyuan

    2017-07-05

    Benchmarking is an essential step in the development of computational tools. We take this opportunity to pitch in our opinions on tool benchmarking, in light of two correspondence articles published in Genome Biology.Please see related Li et al. and Newman et al. correspondence articles: www.dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13059-017-1256-5 and www.dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13059-017-1257-4.

  5. Wald type analysis for spin-one fields in three dimensions

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    Bera, Nabarun; Das, Suchetan; Ezhuthachan, Bobby [Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University,Belur Math, Howrah-711202, West Bengal (India)

    2017-04-27

    We revisit Wald’s analysis of https://www.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.33.3613 in the context of spin-one fields in three dimensions. A key technical difference from Wald’s is the role played by the three dimensional completely antisymmetric tensor. We show how this changes the analysis as well as the result from that of https://www.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.33.3613.

  6. Project on National Security Reform: Forging a New Shield

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    quoted by Joseph Nye in ―Leaders and Managers,‖ Project Syndicate , 1 May 2008, 30 September 2008 < http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/nye56...Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 18 Sept 2007, 30 Sept 2008 < http://www.thebulletin.org/web-edition/ columnists / gordon-adams/ when-national-security... Syndication ) 1179 tagging, ambient awareness, 1180 message boards, virtual social networking, document storage, and virtual meetings. Heavy emphasis is

  7. Caught in the Middle at the U.S.-Canadian Border

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    strategic-plan-fy-2012-2016.pdf.; Janet Napolitano, “Northern Border Strategy,” Homeland Security Digital Library, June 2012, http://www.hsdl.org...Stewardship,” Homeland Security Digital Library, January 19, 2007, http://www.hsdl.org/?view&did=470382. 14 U.S. Coast Guard, Great Lakes Maritime...28 per cent of merchandise shipments between Canada and the United States pass through the Windsor-Detroit Corridor … Our national economy―and our

  8. eagle-i: An Ontology-Driven Framework For Biomedical Resource Curation And Discovery

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    Erik Segerdell; Melanie L. Wilson; Ted Bashor; Daniela Bourges-Waldegg; Karen Corday; H. Robert Frost; Tenille Johnson; Christopher J. Shaffer; Larry Stone; Carlo Torniai; Melissa A. Haendel

    2010-01-01

    The eagle-i Consortium ("http://www.eagle-i.org/home":www.eagle-i.org/home) comprises nine geographically and ethnically diverse universities across America working to build a federated network of research resources. Biomedical research generates many resources that are rarely shared or published, including: reagents, protocols, instruments, expertise, organisms, training opportunities, software, human studies, and biological specimens. The goal of eagle-i is to improve biomedical r...

  9. Maturação de Compostos Orgânicos de Resíduos Agroindustriais

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    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Os resíduos agroindustriais geralmente apresentam grandes concentrações de materiais orgânicos que, se manejados de forma inadequada, podem poluir e/ou contaminar o solo, a água e o ar. A técnica de compostagem tem se mostrado um processo eficiente na busca pela minimização da problemática ambiental associada aos resíduos orgânicos e na redução do volume de resíduos descartados em lixões e aterros sanitários. O principal objetivo deste trabalho consiste na utilização de parâmetros físico-químicos para verificar a maturação de compostos orgânicos obtidos a partir de resíduos agroindustriais da região de Pombal, um município localizado no semiárido paraibano. Para obtenção dos compostos orgânicos, cascas de bananas, estercos ovinos e podas de marmeleiro e jurema-preta foram triturados e misturados para montar duas pilhas de compostagem, sendo uma depositada em solo compactado e outra sobre um pátio pavimentado com concreto. Os parâmetros utilizados na avaliação da maturação foram: temperatura, relação C/N, condutividade elétrica, pH e demanda química de oxigênio. Os resultados sugerem que os compostos orgânicos estudados estão maturados, indicando que estes simples métodos são considerados seguros para verificação de processos de compostagem conduzidos em regiões sujeitas às condições semiáridas. 

  10. Sorção de poluentes orgânicos emergentes em lodo de esgoto

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    Simone Bittencourt

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available RESUMO O uso de lodo de esgoto na agricultura promove a reciclagem de nutrientes e de matéria orgânica, trazendo benefícios ao desenvolvimento vegetal e à conservação do solo e da água. No entanto, é crescente a preocupação com poluentes orgânicos que possam estar no lodo de esgoto. A presença de medicamentos (antibióticos, tranquilizantes, antiepilépticos, hormônios (naturais e sintéticos, perfumes, bactericidas, entre outros poluentes orgânicos, em diferentes compartimentos ambientais é uma questão emergente, devido à escassez de informações sobre o impacto potencial associado à sua ocorrência, seu destino e efeitos ecotoxicológicos. Esses compostos, denominados poluentes orgânicos emergentes, podem ser removidos durante o tratamento de esgoto por degradação, transformação biológica, volatilização e/ou sorção ao lodo. Esses processos são influenciados pelas propriedades físicas e químicas do poluente e pelas condições de tratamento do esgoto. Informações sobre características físico-químicas, como potencial de acidez e hidrofobicidade, são importantes para compreender os mecanismos de remoção e para adoção de medidas que favoreçam a remoção de tais poluentes, como por exemplo a alteração nas condições operacionais e/ou adoção de tecnologias. A presente revisão bibliográfica apresenta as características físico-químicas de poluentes orgânicos emergentes e seu potencial de sorção em lodo de esgoto.

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    Abazov, V.M.; Abbott, B.; Abolins, M.; Acharya, B.S.; Adams, M.; Adams, T.; Aguilo, E.; Ahn, S.H.; Ahsan, M.; Alexeev, G.D.; Alkhazov, G.; Alton, A.; Alverson, G.; Alves, G.A.; Anastasoaie, M.

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    We present a search for a narrow-width heavy resonance decaying into top quark pairs X->ttbar in ppbar collisions at sqrt{s}=1.96TeV using approximately 0.9fb^-1 of data collected with the D0 detector at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. This analysis considers ttbar candidate events in the lepton plus jets channel with at least one identified b jet and uses the ttbar invariant mass distribution to search for evidence of resonant production. We find no evidence for a narrow resonance X decaying...

  12. Caracterización del lixiviado agroecológico a partir de residuos orgánicos de cultivos

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    Carlos Arturo Granada Torres; Yolvi Prada Millán

    2015-01-01

    Los abonos orgánicos desde tiempos remotos se han trabajado de diferentes maneras, algunossin ningún tipo de control y manejo adecuado, aun así, son utilizados para conservar y mejorar las condiciones fisicoquímicas y biológicas de los suelos. Los abonos orgánicos proceden de la transformación de residuos orgánicos de origen vegetal y/o animal que generan subproductos como lixiviados, los cuales se convierten en un problema de contaminación al no tener en cuentasu captación como líquidos resi...

  13. A randomised trial of the effect of the glycine reuptake inhibitor Org 25935 on cognitive performance in healthy male volunteers.

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    Christmas, David; Diaper, Alison; Wilson, Sue; Rich, Ann; Phillips, Suzanne; Udo de Haes, Joanna; Sjogren, Magnus; Nutt, David

    2014-03-01

    Cognitive impairment is integral to many neurological illnesses. Specific enhancement of glutamatergic transmission may improve memory and learning. Org 25935 increases the synaptic availability of glycine, an obligate co-agonist with glutamate at N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors. We hypothesised that Org 25935 would acutely improve the learning and memory of healthy volunteers. A randomised, double-blind, parallel-group, single-dose study of Org 25935 and placebo was carried out. Thirty-two healthy male volunteers took either 12-mg Org 25935 or matching placebo and were later assessed with the manikin task, digit span and verbal memory tests. Systematic assessments of cardiovascular and adverse events were also taken. There was no effect of Org 25935 on reaction time, number of correct responses or learning (greater or slower improvement over successive tasks) compared with placebo. Org 25935 caused significantly more dizziness and drowsiness compared with placebo; these side effects were mainly mild. A single dose of Org 25935 does not improve learning or memory in healthy male individuals. However, the drug was well tolerated, and it remains to be seen whether it would have a positive effect on cognition in patient groups with pre-existing cognitive deficits.

  14. Arroz orgánico una alternativa para la seguridad alimentaria en la ciudad de Guayaquil

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    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Siendo el Ecuador un país productor de arroz para su consumo interno, y existiendo una tendencia mundial hacia la conversión en la producción agrícola, de lo tradicional a lo ecológico u orgánico; es importante conocer la percepción que tienen los consumidores guayaquileños sobre el consumo de productos orgánicos y su intención de compra de arroz orgánico. Para el efecto se realizó un sondeo de opinión, la misma que permitió conocer algunos factores como conocimiento de productos orgánicos, frecuencia de compra, intención de compra, lugares de compra, precio, que deberán tenerse en consideración con los consumidores en el momento en que los productos se encuentren en los puntos de venta. El sondeo fue dirigido a los consumidores del segmento medio y medio alto de Guayaquil, y aplicado durante los meses de febrero y marzo del año 2013 obteniendo como resultados, que los guayaqui1eños de estos segmentos estarían dispuestos a comprar arroz orgánico, y que podrían pagar un valor superior al que actualmente tiene el arroz tradicional en el mercado, siempre y cuando sea de calidad y que los procesos de seguridad alimentaria primen en el proceso de producción y comercialización.

  15. HemOnc.org: A Collaborative Online Knowledge Platform for Oncology Professionals.

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    Warner, Jeremy L; Cowan, Andrew J; Hall, Aric C; Yang, Peter C

    2015-05-01

    Cancer care involves extensive knowledge about numerous chemotherapy drugs and chemotherapy regimens. This information is constantly evolving, and there has been no freely available, comprehensive, centralized repository of chemotherapy information to date. We created an online, freely accessible, ad-free, collaborative wiki of chemotherapy information entitled HemOnc.org to address the unmet need for a central repository of this information. This Web site was developed with wiki development software and is hosted on a cloud platform. Chemotherapy drug and regimen information (including regimen variants), as well as other information of interest to hematology/oncology professionals, is housed on the site in a fully referenced and standardized format. Accredited users are allowed to freely contribute information to the site. From its inception in November 2011, HemOnc.org has grown rapidly and most recently has detailed information on 383 drugs and 1,298 distinct chemotherapy regimens (not counting variants) in 92 disease subtypes. There are regularly more than 2,000 visitors per week from the United States and international locations. A user evaluation demonstrated that users find the site useful, usable, and recommendable. HemOnc.org is now the largest free source of chemotherapy drug and regimen information and is widely used. Future enhancements, including more metadata about drugs and increasingly detailed efficacy and toxicity information, will continue to improve the value of the resource. Copyright © 2015 by American Society of Clinical Oncology.

  16. The phosphodiesterase 3 inhibitor ORG 9935 inhibits oocyte maturation in the naturally selected dominant follicle in rhesus macaques.

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    Jensen, Jeffrey T; Zelinski, Mary B; Stanley, Jessica E; Fanton, John W; Stouffer, Richard L

    2008-04-01

    The study was conducted to determine whether the phosphodiesterase (PDE) 3 inhibitor ORG 9935 prevents the resumption of meiosis in primate oocytes during natural menstrual cycles. Regularly cycling adult female macaques (n=8) were followed during the follicular phase and then started on a 2-day treatment regimen of human recombinant gonadotropins to control the timing of ovulation. Monkeys received no further treatment (controls) or ORG 9935. Oocytes were recovered by laparoscopic follicle aspiration 27 h after an ovulatory stimulus, cultured in vitro in the absence of inhibitor and inseminated. The primary outcome was the meiotic stage of the oocyte. In six ORG 9935 cycles, five of the recovered oocytes were germinal vesicle (GV)-intact, and one exhibited GV breakdown (GVBD). In contrast, all three oocytes that recovered during control cycles were GVBD (pORG 9935-treated oocytes underwent fertilization compared with 2/3 (67%) from controls. These results demonstrate that ORG 9935 blocks resumption of meiosis in the naturally selected dominant follicle in primates and suggest that PDE3 inhibitors have potential clinical use as contraceptives in women.

  17. 76 FR 14901 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; Participant Application, Program Exit...

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    ... application, on the program's English-language Web site at http://www.trade.gov/sabit , and also on the Russian-language Web site at http://www.sabitprogram.org , if applicable. Pursuant to section 632(a) of... downloaded from the SABIT English and Russian language Web sites at http://www.trade.gov/sabit and http://www...

  18. [Preparation of the database and the Internet (WWW) homepage for regulations on chemicals in Japan].

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    Yamamoto, M; Morita, M; Kaminuma, T

    1999-01-01

    We prepared a database on chemical regulations in Japan. The regulations consist of "The Law concerning the Examination and Regulation of Manufacture, etc., of Chemical Substances", "Poisonous and Deleterious Substances", Control Law", "Waterworks Law", "Law for the Control of Household Products containing Harmful Substances", and Pesticide Residues in Food Sanitation Law". We also set up a World Wide Web (WWW) homepage containing an explanation of the law as well as chemical names, CAS registry numbers, and standards. The WWW pages contain lists of chemicals and the retrieval page for the database.

  19. The Seamount Catalog in EarthRef.org

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    Gotberg, N. K.; Koppers, A. A.; Staudigel, H.; Perez, J.

    2004-12-01

    Seamounts are important to research and education in many scientific fields, providing a wide range of data on physical, chemical, biological and geological processes. In order to make a diverse set of seamount data accessible we have developed the Seamount Catalog in EarthRef.org, available through the http://earthref.org/databases/SC/. The primary goal of the Seamount Catalog is to provide access to digital data files on a large assortment of interdisciplinary seamount research. The catalog can be searched at a variety of ability or expert levels allowing it to be used from basic education to advanced research. Each seamount is described in terms of its location, height, volume, elongation, azimuth, irregularity, rifts, morphological classification and relation to other features. GEBCO (General Bathymetric Chart of the Ocean) gazetteer data (2002; 2003) is included in the database in order to provide information on the history, discovery and names of the seamounts. Screen-optimized bathymetry maps, grid files and the original multibeam data files are available for online viewing with higher resolution downloadable versions (AI, PS, PDF) also offered. The data files for each seamount include a map made from the multibeam data only, a map made from Smith and Sandwell's (1996) predicted bathymetry, a merged map incorporating both data sets, and a map showing the differences between the two data sets. We are working towards expanding the Seamount Catalog by integrating bathymetry data from various sources, developing and linking disciplinary reference models, and integrating information from multiple disciplines and from the literature. We hope to create a data integrative environment that provides access to seamount data and the tools needed for working with that data.

  20. Remote Sensing Survey for the Grand Isle Re-Evaluation Study and the Dredging of the Bayou Rigaud and Marsh Creation Areas, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana

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    2005-01-01

    the publication, A History of the Amistad Captives, New Haven Colony Historical Society, available online at http://www .pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part 1/1h310...from the publication, A History of the Amistad Captives, New Haven Col- ony Historical Society, available online at http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part1...Archaeology. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge. New Haven Colony Historical Society 2002 A History of the Amistad Captives, available

  1. The Dorothy I. Height Center for Health Equity and Evaluation Research (CHEER)

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    Posting a Web site about the initiative on the MD Anderson Cancer Center’s site (www.mdanderson.org) provides another venue. More traditional methods...distrust of clinical trials by minority populations. Posting a Web site about the initiative on the MD Anderson Cancer Center’s site (www.mdanderson.org...Anales Del Sistema Sanitario De Navarra. May-Aug 2008;31(2):135-152. 12. O’Connor A, Cranney A. User Manual - Acceptability. 1996; http

  2. Water, job creation, industrial development and the implementation of sustainable development goals in Africa

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    Full Text Available , 2017 Pretoria, South Africa Water, Jobs, Industrial development and implementation of SDGs in Africa www.gwp.org October 2017 2/19 Outline 1. Introduction: industry and its linkages with resources, other devts., society) 2. Some initiatives.....GWP Africa and AU collaboration Water, Jobs, Industrial development and implementation of SDGs in Africa www.gwp.org October 2017 8/19 Water SDG Investment and Financing Water, Climate and Development Integrated Urban Water Management...

  3. Unbalanced Stability: Applying Lessons from American Cities in Stability Operations

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    2011-05-19

    teenagers congregating on street corners, public solicitation for prostitution, begging, public drinking, verbal harassment of women on the street, and...United Nations Security Council, “United Nations Security Council Resolution 1590 (2005).” http://www.un.org/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=S/RES/ 1590 (2005...Security Council. “United Nations Security Council Resolution 1590 (2005).” United Nations. http://www.un.org/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=S/RES/ 1590

  4. American Grand Strategy in an Age of Terrorism

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    2006-03-01

    as the NMS. Colin L. Powell and Andrew S. Natsios, U.S. Department of State and U.S. Agency for International Development Strategic Plan Fiscal Years...Mar-JUN 1994), http://www.jstor.org (accessed January 31, 2006). A. Cooper Drury ,”Sanctions as Coercive Diplomacy: The U.S. President’s Decision...to Initiate Economic Sanctions,” Political Research Quarterly 54, no. 3 (Sep 2001), http://www.jstor.org (accessed January 31, 2006). 122 Drury

  5. The Fallacy of Leadership Removal Strategies in 21st Century Counterinsurgency

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    2011-06-18

    Kathryn Gregory, "Shining Path, Tupac Amaru (Peru, leftists)," Council on Foreign Relations, August 27, 2009, http://www.cfr.org/terrorism/shining-path... tupac -amaru-peru-leftists/p9276 (accessed November 28, 2010) 51 are still present and in 2008 alone they executed 64 attacks, killing police...34Shining Path, Tupac Amaru (Peru, leftists)." Council of Foreign Relations. August 27, 2009. http://www.cfr.org/terrorism/shining-path- tupac - amaru-peru

  6. Information Technology

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    2003. http://cse.org/informed/issues_template.php/1250.htm [60] World Bank. E- Government , www1.worldbank.org/publicsector/ egov /definition.htm [61...Office of Management and Budget, E-Gov Related Legislation Overview. www.whitehouse.gov/omb/ egov /about_leg.htm [62] E- Government Act, December 17...s, the IT industry contributed 30% to U.S. GDP growth. Additionally, ev military service transformation relies heavily on IT. An IT advantage is

  7. How Do Health Care Providers Diagnose Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDDs)?

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    ... www.nbstrn.org/ or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention webpage at http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/birthdefects/diagnosis.html . Prenatal Screening Health care providers recommend that certain pregnant ...

  8. Induction of ovulation by a potent, orally active, low molecular weight agonist (Org 43553) of the luteinizing hormone receptor.

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    van de Lagemaat, R; Timmers, C M; Kelder, J; van Koppen, C; Mosselman, S; Hanssen, R G J M

    2009-03-01

    In assisted reproductive technology, human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) is administered subcutaneously for the induction of oocyte maturation and ovulation. Our efforts to develop orally bioavailable luteinizing hormone (LH) receptor agonists have led to the discovery of Org 43553, a low molecular weight (LMW) LH receptor (LH-R) agonist. Org 43553 was tested in vitro and in vivo in pre-clinical pharmacological models to demonstrate efficacy and oral availability. Org 43553 is a potent stimulator of the human LH-R in vitro (EC(50) 3.7 nM). In primary mouse Leydig cells, Org 43553 stimulated testosterone production. Pharmacokinetic analyses showed high oral bioavailability in rats (79%) and dogs (44%) with a shorter half-life compared with hCG (3.4 versus 5.6 h in the rat). Ovulation induction by Org 43553 was demonstrated in immature mice as well as in cyclic rats after single-dose oral administration (50 mg/kg). The ovulated oocytes were of good quality as demonstrated by successful fertilization and implantation of normal embryos. In male rats, testosterone production was substantially induced after oral administration. Org 43553 is the first LMW LH-R mimetic with demonstrated in vivo efficacy upon oral administration and could therefore replace subcutaneously administered hCG. The elimination half-life of Org 43553 is substantially shorter than hCG, which could potentially represent a clinical benefit in reducing the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS).

  9. 2018-05-11T19:26:48Z https://www.ajol.info/index.php/all/oai oai:ojs ...

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    2018-05-11T19:26:48Z https://www.ajol.info/index.php/all/oai ... standards and confidentiality of HIV/AIDS status in the workplace — a South African case ... Article application/pdf https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajar/article/view/7294 African ...

  10. Teaching NMR spectra analysis with nmr.cheminfo.org.

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    Patiny, Luc; Bolaños, Alejandro; Castillo, Andrés M; Bernal, Andrés; Wist, Julien

    2018-06-01

    Teaching spectra analysis and structure elucidation requires students to get trained on real problems. This involves solving exercises of increasing complexity and when necessary using computational tools. Although desktop software packages exist for this purpose, nmr.cheminfo.org platform offers students an online alternative. It provides a set of exercises and tools to help solving them. Only a small number of exercises are currently available, but contributors are invited to submit new ones and suggest new types of problems. Copyright © 2018 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  11. Extracting and connecting chemical structures from text sources using chemicalize.org.

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    Southan, Christopher; Stracz, Andras

    2013-04-23

    Exploring bioactive chemistry requires navigating between structures and data from a variety of text-based sources. While PubChem currently includes approximately 16 million document-extracted structures (15 million from patents) the extent of public inter-document and document-to-database links is still well below any estimated total, especially for journal articles. A major expansion in access to text-entombed chemistry is enabled by chemicalize.org. This on-line resource can process IUPAC names, SMILES, InChI strings, CAS numbers and drug names from pasted text, PDFs or URLs to generate structures, calculate properties and launch searches. Here, we explore its utility for answering questions related to chemical structures in documents and where these overlap with database records. These aspects are illustrated using a common theme of Dipeptidyl Peptidase 4 (DPPIV) inhibitors. Full-text open URL sources facilitated the download of over 1400 structures from a DPPIV patent and the alignment of specific examples with IC50 data. Uploading the SMILES to PubChem revealed extensive linking to patents and papers, including prior submissions from chemicalize.org as submitting source. A DPPIV medicinal chemistry paper was completely extracted and structures were aligned to the activity results table, as well as linked to other documents via PubChem. In both cases, key structures with data were partitioned from common chemistry by dividing them into individual new PDFs for conversion. Over 500 structures were also extracted from a batch of PubMed abstracts related to DPPIV inhibition. The drug structures could be stepped through each text occurrence and included some converted MeSH-only IUPAC names not linked in PubChem. Performing set intersections proved effective for detecting compounds-in-common between documents and merged extractions. This work demonstrates the utility of chemicalize.org for the exploration of chemical structure connectivity between documents and

  12. The Plant Genome Integrative Explorer Resource: PlantGenIE.org.

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    Sundell, David; Mannapperuma, Chanaka; Netotea, Sergiu; Delhomme, Nicolas; Lin, Yao-Cheng; Sjödin, Andreas; Van de Peer, Yves; Jansson, Stefan; Hvidsten, Torgeir R; Street, Nathaniel R

    2015-12-01

    Accessing and exploring large-scale genomics data sets remains a significant challenge to researchers without specialist bioinformatics training. We present the integrated PlantGenIE.org platform for exploration of Populus, conifer and Arabidopsis genomics data, which includes expression networks and associated visualization tools. Standard features of a model organism database are provided, including genome browsers, gene list annotation, Blast homology searches and gene information pages. Community annotation updating is supported via integration of WebApollo. We have produced an RNA-sequencing (RNA-Seq) expression atlas for Populus tremula and have integrated these data within the expression tools. An updated version of the ComPlEx resource for performing comparative plant expression analyses of gene coexpression network conservation between species has also been integrated. The PlantGenIE.org platform provides intuitive access to large-scale and genome-wide genomics data from model forest tree species, facilitating both community contributions to annotation improvement and tools supporting use of the included data resources to inform biological insight. © 2015 The Authors. New Phytologist © 2015 New Phytologist Trust.

  13. Suco de maracujá orgânico processado por microfiltração

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    Silva,Thadia Turon; Modesta,Regina Célia Della; Penha,Edmar das Mercês; Matta,Virgínia Martins da; Cabral,Lourdes Maria Corrêa

    2005-01-01

    O objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar a utilização da microfiltração para obtenção de suco de maracujá orgânico clarificado e sua aceitabilidade sensorial. O maracujá foi cultivado sob sistema orgânico, em pomares localizados no Estado do Rio de Janeiro. O suco foi submetido a um tratamento enzimático antes da microfiltração, realizada em membranas tubulares com tamanho de poro médio de 0,3 mm e área de filtração de 0,05 m², com o fim de diminuir a viscosidade do suco e, conseqüentemente, mel...

  14. A WWW-based information system on resistance of bacteria to antibiotics.

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    Schindler, J; Schindler, Z; Schindler, J

    1998-01-01

    The information system on resistance of bacteria to antibiotics (WARN--World Antibiotic Resistance Network) is implemented as a WWW server at Charles University in Prague (http:/(/)www.warn.cas.cz). Its main goal is to give information about problems of antibiotic resistance of bacteria and to process data on isolated strains. The WARN web-site contains six main topics. Four of them form the core of the system: Topics of Interest bring information on selected timely topics in antibiotic resistance--pneumococci, staphylococci, beta-lactamases, glycopeptide--and aminoglycoside resistance. Global Monitor brings references and reports on resistance in the world as well as recommended method of surveillance. The topic Data contains raw data on strains in particular countries and hospitals. Data can be viewed in their original form as a list of records (strains) or processed to provide statistics about the resistance rates in the selected country or hospital respectively. The topic Search allows one to search for one or several terms in the whole document. Counts of accessed pages show, that there is a standing demand for information about the serious problems of antibiotic therapy of infectious diseases.

  15. Cambios en la demanda mundial de alimentos y la exportación de café orgánico (2005-2012)

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    Escalante Candiotti, Nadiezhda Yenny

    2014-01-01

    Determina en qué medida se relacionan los cambios en la demanda mundial de alimentos orgánicos con las exportaciones de café orgánico, para cuyo proceso se analiza la evolución de las exportaciones del café orgánico y su participación en las agroexportaciones y en las exportaciones totales del país; asimismo, se determina cómo inciden las tendencias en la estructura poblacional de los principales países desarrollados a favor de las personas de la tercera edad sobre la demanda del café orgánic...

  16. Chronic treatment with AMPA receptor potentiator Org 26576 increases neuronal cell proliferation and survival in adult rodent hippocampus.

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    Su, Xiaowei W; Li, Xiao-Yuan; Banasr, Mounira; Koo, Ja Wook; Shahid, Mohammed; Henry, Brian; Duman, Ronald S

    2009-10-01

    Currently available antidepressants upregulate hippocampal neurogenesis and prefrontal gliogenesis after chronic administration, which could block or reverse the effects of stress. Allosteric alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid receptor potentiators (ARPs), which have novel targets compared to current antidepressants, have been shown to have antidepressant properties in neurogenic and behavioral models. This study analyzed the effect of the ARP Org 26576 on the proliferation, survival, and differentiation of neurons and glia in the hippocampus and prelimbic cortex of adult rats. Male Sprague-Dawley rats received acute (single day) or chronic (21 day) twice-daily intraperitoneal injections of Org 26576 (1-10 mg/kg). Bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU) immunohistochemistry was conducted 24 h or 28 days after the last drug injection for the analysis of cell proliferation or survival, respectively. Confocal immunofluorescence analysis was used to determine the phenotype of surviving cells. Acute administration of Org 26576 did not increase neuronal cell proliferation. However, chronic administration of Org 26576 increased progenitor cell proliferation in dentate gyrus (approximately 40%) and in prelimbic cortex (approximately 35%) at the 10-mg/kg dosage. Cells born in response to chronic Org 26576 in dentate gyrus exhibited increased rates of survival (approximately 30%) with the majority of surviving cells expressing a neuronal phenotype. Findings suggest that Org 26576 may have antidepressant properties, which may be attributed, in part, to upregulation of hippocampal neurogenesis and prelimbic cell proliferation.

  17. Antidepressant Withdrawal

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    ... www.uptodate.com/home. Accessed Dec. 11, 2015. Definition of addiction. American Society of Addiction Medicine. http://www.asam.org/for-the-public/definition-of-addiction. Accessed Dec. 11, 2015. Harvey BH, ...

  18. Myasthenia gravis - resources

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    Resources - myasthenia gravis ... The following organizations provide information on myasthenia gravis : Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America -- www.myasthenia.org National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke -- www.ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/Patient- ...

  19. Atopic Dermatitis

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    ... aad.org American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Website: https://www.aaaai.org National Eczema Association ... Back to Top Main navigation Menu Close Health Topics Grants & Funding Labs @ NIAMS Clinical Trials News Room ...

  20. Fast Facts on Osteogenesis Imperfecta

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    ... bone) and short femur (upper leg bone) Coxa vera is common (the acutely angled femur head affects ... Fax: 301-947-0456 Internet: www.oif.org E-mail: bonelink@oif.org The National Institutes of ...

  1. Exemplary Programs Supporting Teacher Professional Development in the U.S.A.

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    Passow, Michael J.

    2015-04-01

    By Law, there is no national curriculum in the U.S.A., so each State sets its own regulations for teacher certification and professional development. The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS, http://www.nextgenscience.org/next-generation-science-standards) provide guidelines for teacher training and curriculum development in Earth Science, Life Science, and the physical sciences (chemistry and biology). Presented here are examples of effective programs designed to support in-service Earth Science teachers, especially at the middle school and high school level (grades 6 - 12, ages 12 - 18). The Earth2Class Workshops for Teachers at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University (E2C) provides monthly gatherings of research scientists and teachers to learn about cutting-edge investigations in a wide variety of fields, and develop lesson plans to share these discoveries. The E2C website, www.earth2class.org/site, also provides a wide variety of educational resources used by teachers and students to learn about the planet. The National Earth Science Teachers Association (www.nestanet.org) is the largest professional society focused on pre-college Earth Science education. Together with its partner, Windows to the Universe (www.windows2universe.org), NESTA offers workshops and other programs at national and regional teacher conferences, a quarterly journal designed for classroom use, monthly E-Newsletters, and one of the largest collection of web resources in education. For more than twenty years, the American Meteorological Society has trained teachers across the country through its online courses: DataStreme Weather, DataStreme Ocean, and DataStreme Earth's Climate System (www.ametsoc.org/amsedu). Informal science education institutions also provide strong in-person and web-based professional development programs. Among these are the American Museum of Natural History's "Seminars on Science" (http://www.amnh.org/learn/) and many programs for educators

  2. Religious Extremism in Pakistan

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    Jessica Stern, “Pakistan’s Jihad Culture ,” Foreign Affairs 79, no. 6 (November–December 2000): 115‒126, http://www.jstor.org/stable/20049971; see also...Pakistan’s Jihad Culture ,” Foreign Affairs 79, no. 6 (November‒December 2000): 115‒126, http://www.jstor.org/stable/20049971; Religions and Development...after the JUD was implicated in the Mumbai attack in 2008, protesting that the organization was a charity that helped them by providing food and water

  3. NATO’s Future Role in the Arctic

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    www.arctic-council.org/index.php/en/about-us 4 Kuross, “An Ambiguous Role: NATO in the Arctic.” 5 Derek Reveron & Kathleen Mahoney- Norris , Human...The RAND Corporation, April 1989, http://www.rand.org/pubs/papers/P7558.html, 12-3. 22 Reveron & Mahoney- Norris , Human Security in a Borderless...trying-to-start-a- war-in-the-arctic-its-just-keeping-out-the-riffraff Reveron, Derek & Mahoney- Norris , Kathleen. Human Security in a Borderless

  4. Changing the Department of Defense’s Policy on Homosexuals

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    Illegal for Gay People to be Honest, The Human Rights Campaign Homepage, retrieved 7 December 2007 from http://www.hrc.org/alva/dadt.html 7. Belkin...Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”, The US Military: Where it’s Illegal for Gay People to be Honest, The Human Rights Campaign Homepage, retrieved 7 December...2007 from http://www.hrc.org/alva/dadt.html 18. Ottosson, D (2006, November), LGBT World Legal Wrap Up Survey, International Lesbian Gay

  5. Trends in adventure sports in a post-modern society

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    Breivik, Gunnar

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    I Brage finner du siste tekst-versjon av artikkelen, og den kan inneholde ubetydelige forskjeller fra forlagets pdf-versjon. Forlagets pdf-versjon finner du på www.informaworld.com: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17430430903522970 / In Brage you'll find the final text version of the article, and it may contain insignificant differences from the journal's pdf version. The original publication is available at www.informaworld.com: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17430430903522970 The essay delineates m...

  6. The Republic of Singapore: Informed Questions

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    Singapore in 2001,” Asian Survey, Vol. XLII, No. 1, January/February 2002, p. 164. 14 International Chamber of Commerce , Commercial Crime Services, “Piracy...February 2003). 15 International Chamber of Commerce , “High seas terrorism alert in piracy report,”29 January 2003, <http://www.iccwbo.org/home...International Chamber of Commerce , “ICC report sends six warships into battle against pirates,” 12 February 2002, <http://www.iccwbo.org/home/news_archives/2002

  7. Extending Depot Length and Intervals for DDG 51 Class Ships: Examining the 72 Month Operational Cycle

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    would inherit should it choose to extend the operational cycle of the DDG-51 fleet. Our model does not project overall cost sav- ings in the long run for...clients and sponsors. Support RAND Make a tax -deductible charitable contribution at www.rand.org/giving/contribute www.rand.org Library of Congress...Class Ships: The 72-Month Cycle removal of the crew during the execution of maintenance to mitigate costs in this employment approach. This research

  8. 78 FR 27279 - WTO Dispute Settlement Proceeding Regarding Indonesia-Importation of Horticultural Products...

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    ... Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (``WTO Agreement''). That request may be found at www... the World Trade Organization, at www.wto.org . Comments open to public inspection may be viewed at www... OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE [Dispute No. WTO/DS455] WTO Dispute Settlement...

  9. 78 FR 16754 - WTO Dispute Settlement Proceeding Regarding United States-Anti-Dumping Measures on Certain Shrimp...

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    ... Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (``WTO Agreement''). That request may be found at www... the World Trade Organization, at www.wto.org . Comments open to public inspection may be viewed at www... OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE [Dispute No. WTO/DS429] WTO Dispute Settlement...

  10. Ms2lda.org: web-based topic modelling for substructure discovery in mass spectrometry.

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    Wandy, Joe; Zhu, Yunfeng; van der Hooft, Justin J J; Daly, Rónán; Barrett, Michael P; Rogers, Simon

    2017-09-14

    We recently published MS2LDA, a method for the decomposition of sets of molecular fragment data derived from large metabolomics experiments. To make the method more widely available to the community, here we present ms2lda.org, a web application that allows users to upload their data, run MS2LDA analyses and explore the results through interactive visualisations. Ms2lda.org takes tandem mass spectrometry data in many standard formats and allows the user to infer the sets of fragment and neutral loss features that co-occur together (Mass2Motifs). As an alternative workflow, the user can also decompose a dataset onto predefined Mass2Motifs. This is accomplished through the web interface or programmatically from our web service. The website can be found at http://ms2lda.org , while the source code is available at https://github.com/sdrogers/ms2ldaviz under the MIT license. Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online. © The Author(s) 2017. Published by Oxford University Press.

  11. Litho-stratigraphic and Hydrogeological Evaluation of Groundwater ...

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    ADOWIE PERE

    2015-10-30

    ://www.ajol.info/index.php/jasem http://www.bioline.org.br/ja. Litho-stratigraphic and Hydrogeological Evaluation of Groundwater System in Parts of. Benin Metropolis, Benin City Nigeria: The Key to Groundwater Sustainability.

  12. Measuring the oxygen profile and permeation flux across an ion transport www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSch

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    Hunt, Anton; Dimitrakopoulos, Georgios; Kirchen, Patrick; Ghoniem, Ahmed F.

    2014-01-01

    A novel ion transport membrane laboratory reactor is introduced which can sample gases at the La0.9Ca0.1FeO3 -δ membrane surface at high temperature flux conditions. Experimental data (spatial profiles and operating condition sensitivity) is presented and used to validate detailed 1D and 2D numerical models under inert (CO2 sweep) operating conditions; the numerical models account for mass transfer resistances to the membrane surface. Bypassing the mass transfer resistances experimentally allows for direct parameterization of a three resistance oxygen flux model; a unique solution method based on bespoke experimental datasets to find surface exchange reaction rate constants is demonstrated. Membrane operating regimes and oxygen off-stoichiometric coefficients can thus be determined highlighting the importance of surface exchange studies and the obvious requirement to reduce sweep surface P O2 through oxyfuel reaction integration and/or flow field adjustments. A more complex first-order flux model is also proposed and tested incorporating the surface oxygen ion concentrations in the surface exchange reactions; this is found to give similar material parameters to the simpler zero-order model studied in the literature for this particular case. © 2014 Elsevier B.V.

  13. Measuring the oxygen profile and permeation flux across an ion transport www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSch

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    Hunt, Anton

    2014-10-01

    A novel ion transport membrane laboratory reactor is introduced which can sample gases at the La0.9Ca0.1FeO3 -δ membrane surface at high temperature flux conditions. Experimental data (spatial profiles and operating condition sensitivity) is presented and used to validate detailed 1D and 2D numerical models under inert (CO2 sweep) operating conditions; the numerical models account for mass transfer resistances to the membrane surface. Bypassing the mass transfer resistances experimentally allows for direct parameterization of a three resistance oxygen flux model; a unique solution method based on bespoke experimental datasets to find surface exchange reaction rate constants is demonstrated. Membrane operating regimes and oxygen off-stoichiometric coefficients can thus be determined highlighting the importance of surface exchange studies and the obvious requirement to reduce sweep surface P O2 through oxyfuel reaction integration and/or flow field adjustments. A more complex first-order flux model is also proposed and tested incorporating the surface oxygen ion concentrations in the surface exchange reactions; this is found to give similar material parameters to the simpler zero-order model studied in the literature for this particular case. © 2014 Elsevier B.V.

  14. 78 FR 114 - Notice of January 23 and 24, 2013 Meeting for Fort Hancock 21st Century Advisory Committee

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    2013-01-02

    ... Island, NY 10305, at (718) 354-4710 or email: admin@forthancock21stcentury.org , or visit the Advisory Committee Web site at www.forthancock21stcentury.org . SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Under section 10(a)(2) of...

  15. Org-1 is required for the diversification of circular visceral muscle founder cells and normal midgut morphogenesis.

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    Schaub, Christoph; Frasch, Manfred

    2013-04-15

    The T-Box family of transcription factors plays fundamental roles in the generation of appropriate spatial and temporal gene expression profiles during cellular differentiation and organogenesis in animals. In this study we report that the Drosophila Tbx1 orthologue optomotor-blind-related-gene-1 (org-1) exerts a pivotal function in the diversification of circular visceral muscle founder cell identities in Drosophila. In embryos mutant for org-1, the specification of the midgut musculature per se is not affected, but the differentiating midgut fails to form the anterior and central midgut constrictions and lacks the gastric caeca. We demonstrate that this phenotype results from the nearly complete loss of the founder cell specific expression domains of several genes known to regulate midgut morphogenesis, including odd-paired (opa), teashirt (tsh), Ultrabithorax (Ubx), decapentaplegic (dpp) and wingless (wg). To address the mechanisms that mediate the regulatory inputs from org-1 towards Ubx, dpp, and wg in these founder cells we genetically dissected known visceral mesoderm specific cis-regulatory-modules (CRMs) of these genes. The analyses revealed that the activities of the dpp and wg CRMs depend on org-1, the CRMs are bound by Org-1 in vivo and their T-Box binding sites are essential for their activation in the visceral muscle founder cells. We conclude that Org-1 acts within a well-defined signaling and transcriptional network of the trunk visceral mesoderm as a crucial founder cell-specific competence factor, in concert with the general visceral mesodermal factor Biniou. As such, it directly regulates several key genes involved in the establishment of morphogenetic centers along the anteroposterior axis of the visceral mesoderm, which subsequently organize the formation of midgut constrictions and gastric caeca and thereby determine the morphology of the midgut. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  16. Preferencias de consum idores y disponibilidad a pagar por atributos de calidad en carne de conejo orgánico

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    José Luis Jaramillo Villanueva

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available La demanda de productos cárnicos, especialmente los de especialidad, están altamente segmentados entre los diferentes tipos de consumidores. En este trabajo, las preferencias del consumidor por atributos relacionados con la calidad (inocuidad, frescura, textura, color, orgánico y precio por carne de conejo son analizadas para descubrir su nicho de mercado potencial. A partir de datos obtenidos por encuesta a una muestra aleatoria de 197 personas, se realizó análisis descriptivo, de correlación y un modelo econométrico para identificar las variables potencialmente explicativas de la disponibilidad a pagar (DAP de los consumidores por el atributo orgánico. Las preferencias se midieron utilizando una escala Likert de cinco categorías. Los atributos más preferidos, en orden de importancia, fueron lo orgánico, la inocuidad, la frescura, y el precio de la carne. El atributo “orgánico” es altamente preferido por el 64 % de la muestra, seguido de la inocuidad. Las razones para preferir carne orgánica son por salud y responsabilidad social. Las características, escolaridad, ingreso del hogar, conocimiento sobre alimentos orgánicos, y el atributo inocuidad fueron significativas (P<0.05 de la DAP. Esto revela la importancia del nivel de ingresos y la educación formal en la decisión del consumidor sobre el posible sobreprecio por estos alimentos. El sobreprecio que los consumidores pagarían por kilogramo de carne de conejo orgánico fue del 15 % de la media del precio ($13.50 más por kilogramo que los consumidores pagan.

  17. Rethinking Drinking | NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine

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    ... the urge to drink becomes as compelling as hunger. Genetic makeup and environment contribute to the risk ... NIAAA) www.niaaa.nih.gov Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) World Services www.aa.org Al-Anon Family Group ...

  18. Communication with Your Family and Your Doctor about Your Wishes

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    ... close to the end of your life. References: http://www.aarp.org/families/end_life/ http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/endoflifeissues.html http://agnewsarchive.tamu.edu/dailynews/stories/CFAM/Sep0407a.htm ...

  19. 351.pdf | mar2007 | jbiosci | www.ias.ac.in | | http: | Indian Academy ...

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    Home; http: www.ias.ac.in; jbiosci; mar2007; 351.pdf. 404! error. The page your are looking for can not be found! Please check the link or use the navigation bar at the top. YouTube; Twitter; Facebook; Blog. Academy News. IAS Logo. Summer Research Fellowship Programme 2018. Posted on 16 December 2017.

  20. NASA Parts Selection List (NPSL) WWW Site http://nepp.nasa.gov/npsl

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    Brusse, Jay

    2000-01-01

    The NASA Parts Selection List (NPSL) is an on-line resource for electronic parts selection tailored for use by spaceflight projects. The NPSL provides a list of commonly used electronic parts that have a history of satisfactory use in spaceflight applications. The objective of this www site is to provide NASA projects, contractors, university experimenters, et al with an easy to use resource that provides a baseline of electronic parts from which designers are encouraged to select. The NPSL is an ongoing resource produced by Code 562 in support of the NASA HQ funded NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging (NEPP) Program. The NPSL is produced as an electronic format deliverable made available via the referenced www site administered by Code 562. The NPSL does not provide information pertaining to patented or proprietary information. All of the information contained in the NPSL is available through various other public domain resources such as US Military procurement specifications for electronic parts, NASA GSFC's Preferred Parts List (PPL-21), and NASA's Standard Parts List (MIL-STD975).

  1. Coma

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    ... Stroke Association 9707 East Easter Lane Suite B Centennial CO Centennial, CO 80112-3747 info@stroke.org http://www. ... Stroke Association 9707 East Easter Lane Suite B Centennial CO Centennial, CO 80112-3747 info@stroke.org ...

  2. Cerebral Arteriosclerosis

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  3. Moyamoya Disease

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  4. Fibromuscular Dysplasia

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  5. Binswanger's Disease

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  6. Locked-In Syndrome

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  7. NINDS Traumatic Brain Injury Information Page

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    ... Stroke Association 9707 East Easter Lane Suite B Centennial CO Centennial, CO 80112-3747 info@stroke.org http://www. ... Stroke Association 9707 East Easter Lane Suite B Centennial CO Centennial, CO 80112-3747 info@stroke.org ...

  8. Wallenberg's Syndrome

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  9. Postural Tachycardia Syndrome

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    ... Youth Network of America, Inc. 1301 Greengate Court Waldorf MD Waldorf, MD 20601 info@dynainc.org http://www.dynainc. ... Youth Network of America, Inc. 1301 Greengate Court Waldorf MD Waldorf, MD 20601 info@dynainc.org http:// ...

  10. Encephaloceles

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    ... Children, Inc. 976 Lake Baldwin Lane Suite 104 Orlando FL Orlando, FL 32814 betty@birthdefects.org http://www.birthdefects. ... Children, Inc. 976 Lake Baldwin Lane Suite 104 Orlando FL Orlando, FL 32814 betty@birthdefects.org http:// ...

  11. Colpocephaly

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  12. The Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) and Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) - Application in Early Warning Systems for Natural Hazard

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    Lendholt, Matthias; Hammitzsch, Martin; Wächter, Joachim

    2010-05-01

    The Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) [1] is an XML-based data format for exchanging public warnings and emergencies between alerting technologies. In conjunction with the Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Distribution Element (-DE) [2] these data formats can be used for warning message dissemination in early warning systems for natural hazards. Application took place in the DEWS (Distance Early Warning System) [3] project where CAP serves as central message format containing both human readable warnings and structured data for automatic processing by message receivers. In particular the spatial reference capabilities are of paramount importance both in CAP and EDXL. Affected areas are addressable via geo codes like HASC (Hierarchical Administrative Subdivision Codes) [4] or UN/LOCODE [5] but also with arbitrary polygons that can be directly generated out of GML [6]. For each affected area standardized criticality values (urgency, severity and certainty) have to be set but also application specific key-value-pairs like estimated time of arrival or maximum inundation height can be specified. This enables - together with multilingualism, message aggregation and message conversion for different dissemination channels - the generation of user-specific tailored warning messages. [1] CAP, http://www.oasis-emergency.org/cap [2] EDXL-DE, http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-de/v1.0/EDXL-DE_Spec_v1.0.pdf [3] DEWS, http://www.dews-online.org [4] HASC, "Administrative Subdivisions of Countries: A Comprehensive World Reference, 1900 Through 1998" ISBN 0-7864-0729-8 [5] UN/LOCODE, http://www.unece.org/cefact/codesfortrade/codes_index.htm [6] GML, http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/gml

  13. Assessment of seizure liability of Org 306039, a 5-HT2c agonist, using hippocampal brain slice and rodent EEG telemetry.

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    Markgraf, Carrie G; DeBoer, Erik; Zhai, Jin; Cornelius, Lara; Zhou, Ying Ying; MacSweeney, Cliona

    2014-01-01

    Evaluation of the seizure potential for a CNS-targeted pharmaceutical compound before it is administered to humans is an important part of development. The current in vitro and in vivo studies were undertaken to characterize the seizure potential of the potent and selective 5-HT2c agonist Org 306039. Rat hippocampal slices (n=5) were prepared and Org 306039 was applied over a concentration range of 0-1000μM. Male Sprague-Dawley rats, implanted with telemetry EEG recording electrodes received either vehicle (n=4) or 100mg/kg Org 306039 (n=4) by oral gavage daily for 10days. EEG was recorded continuously for 22±1h post-dose each day. Post-dose behavior observations were conducted daily for 2h. Body temperature was measured at 1 and 2h post-dose. On Day 7, blood samples were drawn for pharmacokinetic analysis of Org 306039. In hippocampal slice, Org 306039 elicited a concentration-dependent increase in population spike area and number recorded from CA1 area, indicating seizure-genic potential. In telemetered rats, Org 306039 was associated with a decrease in body weight, a decrease in body temperature and the appearance of seizure-related behaviors and pre-seizure waveforms on EEG. One rat exhibited an overt seizure. Plasma concentrations of Org 306039 were similar among the 4 rats in the Org-treated group. Small group size made it difficult to determine a PK-PD relationship. These results indicate that the in vitro and in vivo models complement each other in the characterization of the seizure potential of CNS-targeted compounds such as the 5-HT2c agonist Org 306039. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  14. Abonos orgánicos como insumo de nutrición vegetal en un sistema hidropónico alternativo

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    2010-01-01

    El presente trabajo se realizó en los invernaderos del Colegio de Postgraduados, estado de México. Se comparó un sistema hidropónico convencional (inorgánico) y otro propuesto como alternativo (orgánico). En este ensayo la planta se ubicó en un sustrato inerte (tezontle) y sobre esté se colocó un abono orgánico, el cual nutre la planta. Los 3 abonos orgánicos fueron gallinaza, lombricomposta y estiércol bovino dosificados a 3 niveles cada uno (100, 200, 300 kg ha-1 de nitrógeno mineral) uti...

  15. Measurement of the differential cross section for the production of an isolated photon with associated jet in www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/ja/dtd" xmlns:ja="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/ja/dtd" xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:tb="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/table/dtd" xmlns:sb="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/struct-bib/dtd" xmlns:ce="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/dtd" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xmlns:cals="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/cals/dtd">pp¯ collisions at www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/ja/dtd" xmlns:ja="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/ja/dtd" xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:tb="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/table/dtd" xmlns:sb="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/struct-bib/dtd" xmlns:ce="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/dtd" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xmlns:cals="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/cals/dtd">s=1.96 TeV

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    The process ppbar -> photon + jet + X is studied using 1.0 fb^-1 of data collected by the D0 detector at the Fermilab Tevatron ppbar collider at a center-of-mass energy sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV. Photons are reconstructed in the central rapidity region |y_gamma|

  16. 78 FR 12414 - WTO Dispute Settlement Proceeding Regarding United States-Measures Affecting the Importation of...

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    ... Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (AWTO [email protected]). That request may be found at www.wto... the World Trade Organization, at www.wto.org . Comments open to public inspection may be viewed at www... OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE [Dispute No. WTO/DS447] WTO Dispute Settlement...

  17. PTC MathCAD and Workgroup Manager: Implementation in a Multi-Org System

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    Jones, Corey

    2015-01-01

    In this presentation, the presenter will review what was done at Kennedy Space Center to deploy and implement PTC MathCAD and PTC Workgroup Manager in a multi-org system. During the presentation the presenter will explain how they configured PTC Windchill to create custom soft-types and object initialization rules for their custom numbering scheme and why they choose these methods. This presentation will also include how to modify the EPM default soft-type file in the PTC Windchill server codebase folder. The presenter will also go over the code used in a start up script to initiate PTC MathCAD and PTC Workgroup Manager in the proper order, and also set up the environment variables when running both PTC Workgroup Manager and PTC Creo. The configuration.ini file the presenter used will also be reviewed to show you how to set up the PTC Workgroup Manager and customized it to their user community. This presentation will be of interest to administrators trying to create a similar set-up in either a single org or multiple org system deployment. The big take away will be ideas and best practices learned through implementing this system, and the lessons learned what to do and not to do when setting up this configuration. Attendees will be exposed to several different sets of code used and that worked well and will hear some limitations on what the software can accomplish when configured this way.

  18. Co-administration of the neurotrophic ACTH(4-9) analogue, ORG 2766, may reduce the cochleotoxic effects of cisplatin

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    Gispen, W.H.; Groot, J.C.M.J. de; Hamers, F.P.T.; Smoorenburg, G.F.

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    In this study the effect of the neurotrophic ACTH(4-9) analogue, ORG 2766, on cisplatin cochleotoxicity was investigated with both light- and transmission electron microscopy. Guinea pigs were treated with either cisplatin+ORG 2766 (n=11) or cisplatin+physiological saline (n=9). All animals treated

  19. OneGeology Web Services and Portal as a global geological SDI - latest standards and technology

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    Duffy, Tim; Tellez-Arenas, Agnes

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    The global coverage of OneGeology Web Services (www.onegeology.org and portal.onegeology.org) achieved since 2007 from the 120 participating geological surveys will be reviewed and issues arising discussed. Recent enhancements to the OneGeology Web Services capabilities will be covered including new up to 5 star service accreditation scheme utilising the ISO/OGC Web Mapping Service standard version 1.3, core ISO 19115 metadata additions and Version 2.0 Web Feature Services (WFS) serving the new IUGS-CGI GeoSciML V3.2 geological web data exchange language standard (http://www.geosciml.org/) with its associated 30+ IUGS-CGI available vocabularies (http://resource.geosciml.org/ and http://srvgeosciml.brgm.fr/eXist2010/brgm/client.html). Use of the CGI simpelithology and timescale dictionaries now allow those who wish to do so to offer data harmonisation to query their GeoSciML 3.2 based Web Feature Services and their GeoSciML_Portrayal V2.0.1 (http://www.geosciml.org/) Web Map Services in the OneGeology portal (http://portal.onegeology.org). Contributing to OneGeology involves offering to serve ideally 1:1000,000 scale geological data (in practice any scale now is warmly welcomed) as an OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) standard based WMS (Web Mapping Service) service from an available WWW server. This may either be hosted within the Geological Survey or a neighbouring, regional or elsewhere institution that offers to serve that data for them i.e. offers to help technically by providing the web serving IT infrastructure as a 'buddy'. OneGeology is a standards focussed Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) and works to ensure that these standards work together and it is now possible for European Geological Surveys to register their INSPIRE web services within the OneGeology SDI (e.g. see http://www.geosciml.org/geosciml/3.2/documentation/cookbook/INSPIRE_GeoSciML_Cookbook%20_1.0.pdf). The Onegeology portal (http://portal.onegeology.org) is the first port of call for anyone

  20. A hidden Ising model for ChIP-chip data analysis

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    Mo, Q.; Liang, F.

    2010-01-01

    , our method is computationally much more efficient. Availability: A software called iChip is freely available at http://www.bioconductor.org/. Contact: moq@mskcc.org. © The Author 2010. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved

  1. Gender matters in sport event volunteering

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    Skirstad, Berit; Hanstad, Dag Vidar

    2013-01-01

    I Brage finner du siste tekst-versjon av artikkelen, og den kan inneholde ubetydelige forskjeller fra forlagets pdf-versjon. Forlagets pdf-versjon finner du på www.tandfonline.com: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13606719.2013.809188 / In Brage you'll find the final text version of the article, and it may contain insignificant differences from the journal's pdf version. The original publication is available at www.tandfonline.com: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13606719.2013.809188 The theoretical fr...

  2. Culture Propels the Intersection of Ethos, Pathos, and Logos with Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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    Full Text Available The model from the conference website: Academic Globalization and Inter-Cultural Communication: AGIC 2016 http://www.iiis2016.org/wmsci/website/about.asp?vc=22, is depicted in Appendix 1, and serves as the inspiration for this paper.In this model, cybernetic loops, modified through: negative and positive feedback loops, and their relationships with "Academic Globalization" and "Inter-Cultural Communication" are supported by Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 2016 [1]. http://www.iiis2016.org/wmsci/website/about.asp?vc=22

  3. Zombie-like or superconscious? A phenomenological and conceptual analysis of consciousness in elite sport

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    Breivik, Gunnar

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    I Brage finner du siste tekst-versjon av artikkelen, og den kan inneholde ubetydelige forskjeller fra forlagets pdf-versjon. Forlagets pdf-versjon finner du på www.tandfonline.com: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00948705.2012.725890 / In Brage you'll find the final text version of the article, and it may contain insignificant differences from the journal's pdf version. The original publication is available at www.tandfonline.com: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00948705.2012.725890 According to a vie...

  4. Sexual harassment in sport toward females in three European countries

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    Fasting, Kari; Chroni, Stilani; Hervik, Stein Egil; Knorre, Nada

    2011-01-01

    I Brage finner du siste tekst-versjon av artikkelen, og den kan inneholde ubetydelige forskjeller fra forlagets pdf-versjon. Forlagets pdf-versjon finner du på www.sagepub.com: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1012690210376295 / In Brage you'll find the final text version of the article, and it may contain insignificant differences from the journal's pdf version. The original publication is available at www.sagepub.com: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1012690210376295 This article presents data from a ...

  5. Organization-based Model-driven Development of High-assurance Multiagent Systems

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    2009-02-27

    State University. aT3 was developed in Java and built on top of the Eclipse6 platform and the Eclipse Process Framework7 ( EPF ). The goal of aT3 is to...organization. Role http://macr.cis.ksu.edu/ http://www.eclipse.org/ http://www.eclipse.org/ epf / 57 Models are static models that may include goals...and customizing processes for multi-agent system development. APE is an Eclipse-based8 plug-in which uses EPF to facilitate the management of tailored

  6. Sea Changes - ACT : Artists and Scientists collaborating to promote ocean activism and conservation. (www.seachanges.org)

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    Lueker, T.

    2012-12-01

    We are a group of ocean scientists, artists, and educators working to publicize the urgent environmental problems facing our ocean environs, including overfishing, climate change and ocean acidification, and environmental degradation due to plastic and other forms of pollution. Our team leader, Kira Carrillo Corser, is an artist and educator known nationally for affecting policy and social change. Our collaboration results from the DNA of Creativity Project - the brainchild of Patricia Frischer, co-ordinator for the San Diego Visual Arts Network (http://dnaofc.weebly.com). The DNA of Creativity funded teams composed of artists and scientists with the goal of fusing the creative energies of both into projects that will enhance the public's perception of creativity, and make the complexities of art and science collaborations accessible to a new and larger audience. Sea Changes - ACT was funded initially by the DNA of Creativity Project. Our project goals are : 1) To entice people to participate in the joys of discovery of art AND science and 2) To motivate the public to work for real, committed and innovative change to protect our oceans. Part of our strategy for achieving our goals is to create a traveling art installation to illustrate the beauty of the oceans and to instill in our viewers the joys of discovery and creativity that we as scientists and artists pursue. And following this, to make the destructive changes occurring in the ocean and the future consequences more visible and understandable. We will develop lesson plans to integrate our ideas into the educational system and we are documenting our collaborative and creative process to inform future art-science collaborations. Finally, after emotionally connecting with our viewers to provide a means to ACT to make real and positive CHANGES for the future. Our project aims to build commitment and action for environmental conservation and stewardship as we combine scientific research with ways to take action, Our viewers, given a list of potential actions, internet connected computers and interactive websites can contact politicians and community leaders, as we document actions taken. In this presentation I will introduce the members of our team and provide examples of the type of synergistic ideas the combination of artist and scientist can provide. I will describe our goals and how we have, or plan to achieve them. And I will detail the process whereby we as artists and scientists working together we can improve on delivering important messages to members of the public and build a community of understanding.

  7. Organic carbon determination in histosols and soil horizons with high organic matter content from Brazil Determinação do carbono orgânico em organossolos e solos com horizontes com elevado conteúdo de matéria orgânica

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    Full Text Available Soil taxonomy systems distinguish mineral soils from organic soils based on the amount of soil organic carbon. Procedures adopted in soil surveys for organic carbon measurement are therefore of major importance to classify the soils, and to correlate their properties with data from other studies. To evaluate different methods for measuring organic carbon and organic matter content in Histosols and soils with histic horizons, from different regions of Brazil, 53 soil samples were comparatively analyzed by the methods of Walkley & Black (modified, Embrapa, Yeomans & Bremner, modified Yeomans & Bremner, muffle furnace, and CHN. The modified Walkley & Black (C-W & B md and the combustion of organic matter in the muffle furnace (OM-Muffle were the most suitable for the samples with high organic carbon content. Based on regression analysis data, the OM-muffle may be estimated from C-W & B md by applying a factor that ranges from 2.00 to 2.19 with 95% of probability. The factor 2.10, the average value, is suggested to convert results obtained by these methods.Sistemas taxonômicos distinguem horizontes e/ou camadas minerais das orgânicas baseando-se na quantidade de carbono orgânico. Assim, o procedimento adotado em pesquisas para a quantificação do conteúdo de carbono orgânico é de grande importância para a classificação das terras e correlacionar as suas propriedades com dados de outros estudos. Com o objetivo de avaliar os diferentes métodos para medir o conteúdo de carbono orgânico e de matéria orgânica em Organossolo e solos com elevados teores de matéria orgânica, de diferentes regiões do Brasil, cinqüenta e três amostras de terra foram comparativamente analisadas pelos métodos de Walkley & Black (modificado, Embrapa, Yeomans & Bremner, Yeomans & Bremner modificado, forno mufla, e CHN. O método Walkley & Black modificado (C-W & B md e a combustão de matéria orgânica no forno mufla (MO-Mufla revelaram-se mais satisfat

  8. Qualidade da matéria orgânica e distribuição do fósforo no solo de lavouras orgânicas de café Conilon Organic matter quality and phosphorus distribution in soils under organic Conilon coffee

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    Fábio Luiz Partelli

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available O cultivo de café orgânico utiliza fontes não solúveis de fósforo e grande quantidade e variedade de material orgânico em seu manejo. Assim, o objetivo do trabalho foi avaliar as frações que compõem a matéria orgânica e distribuição do fósforo no solo de cafeeiros Coffea canephora da cultivar 'Conilon' cultivados sob diferentes sistemas de manejos de produção orgânica. O solo foi coletado na projeção da copa do cafeeiro, na camada de 0 a 20cm. Determinaram-se as características químicas e granulométricas do solo em procedimentos de rotina e as frações de fósforo e da material orgânica. Na maioria das lavouras, o fósforo orgânico constituiu a maior parte do fósforo lábil, e a fração humina constituiu a maior parte da matéria orgânica. Houve maior presença de fósforo inorgânico nos solos das lavouras com maiores concentrações de fósforo total e lábil. O conteúdo total de Pi + Po nos solos avaliados apresentou valores elevados, variando de 426,9 até 910,4mg dm-3 de solo. A fração humina constituiu a maior parte da matéria orgânica. As frações que compõem a distribuição do fósforo no solo apresentaram discrepâncias entre os sistemas de manejos de produção orgânica.The organic management in coffee uses insoluble phosphorus sources and a large quantity and variety of organic material. Thus, the objective of this research was to evaluate organic matter composition and phosphorus distribution on soils from Coffea canephora cv. 'Conilon' crops, under different organic management production systems. Soil under the coffee tree canopy was collected from 0 to 20cm depth. Chemical and soil texture characteristics were determined by routine analysis as well as phosphorus and organic matter constitution. On the average crops organic phosphorus was the main part of the labile phosphorus and carbon humine. There was a higher content of inorganic phosphorus on soils from the crops with the highest

  9. The selective estrogen receptor alpha agonist Org 37663 induces estrogenic effects but lacks antirheumatic activity: a phase IIa trial investigating efficacy and safety of Org 37663 in postmenopausal female rheumatoid arthritis patients receiving stable background methotrexate or sulfasalazine.

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    van Vollenhoven, Ronald F; Houbiers, Jos G A; Buttgereit, Frank; In 't Hout, Joanna; Boers, Maarten; Leij, Susanne; Kvien, Tore K; Dijkmans, Ben A C; Szczepański, Leszek; Szombati, Istvan; Sierakowski, Stanislaw; Miltenburg, André M M

    2010-02-01

    Multiple lines of evidence suggest that sex hormones may play a role in the pathogenesis or clinical expression of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Studies on the effects of exogenous estrogens in RA patients have yielded contradictory results. We undertook this study to determine the effects of the selective estrogen receptor alpha (ERalpha) agonist Org 37663 in patients with RA, in terms of both its estrogenic effects and its ability to ameliorate disease activity. A 10-week, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group, dose-finding, proof-of-concept trial was initiated to obtain data on the efficacy and safety of Org 37663 in postmenopausal female patients with RA who were receiving background treatment with either methotrexate or sulfasalazine. Patients were randomized to receive placebo or Org 37663 at doses of 4 mg/day, 15 mg/day, or 50 mg/week. The primary efficacy variable was the Disease Activity Score in 28 joints (DAS28). Org 37663 induced a clear biologic, estrogenic response in several organ systems, including a dose-related increase in levels of sex hormone binding globulin. However, the DAS28 decreased similarly for all treatment groups including placebo, indicating lack of clinical efficacy of Org 37663 in this trial. The observed lack of clinical benefit in RA patients treated with an ERalpha agonist, in association with a clear biologic response to the study drug, provides evidence that a biologically relevant ERalpha-mediated estrogenic effect is not associated with a clinically relevant effect on RA symptoms and signs.

  10. Org 214007-0: a novel non-steroidal selective glucocorticoid receptor modulator with full anti-inflammatory properties and improved therapeutic index.

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    van Lierop, Marie-José C; Alkema, Wynand; Laskewitz, Anke J; Dijkema, Rein; van der Maaden, Hans M; Smit, Martin J; Plate, Ralf; Conti, Paolo G M; Jans, Christan G J M; Timmers, C Marco; van Boeckel, Constant A A; Lusher, Scott J; McGuire, Ross; van Schaik, Rene C; de Vlieg, Jacob; Smeets, Ruben L; Hofstra, Claudia L; Boots, Annemieke M H; van Duin, Marcel; Ingelse, Benno A; Schoonen, Willem G E J; Grefhorst, Aldo; van Dijk, Theo H; Kuipers, Folkert; Dokter, Wim H A

    2012-01-01

    Glucocorticoids (GCs) such as prednisolone are potent immunosuppressive drugs but suffer from severe adverse effects, including the induction of insulin resistance. Therefore, development of so-called Selective Glucocorticoid Receptor Modulators (SGRM) is highly desirable. Here we describe a non-steroidal Glucocorticoid Receptor (GR)-selective compound (Org 214007-0) with a binding affinity to GR similar to that of prednisolone. Structural modelling of the GR-Org 214007-0 binding site shows disturbance of the loop between helix 11 and helix 12 of GR, confirmed by partial recruitment of the TIF2-3 peptide. Using various cell lines and primary human cells, we show here that Org 214007-0 acts as a partial GC agonist, since it repressed inflammatory genes and was less effective in induction of metabolic genes. More importantly, in vivo studies in mice indicated that Org 214007-0 retained full efficacy in acute inflammation models as well as in a chronic collagen-induced arthritis (CIA) model. Gene expression profiling of muscle tissue derived from arthritic mice showed a partial activity of Org 214007-0 at an equi-efficacious dosage of prednisolone, with an increased ratio in repression versus induction of genes. Finally, in mice Org 214007-0 did not induce elevated fasting glucose nor the shift in glucose/glycogen balance in the liver seen with an equi-efficacious dose of prednisolone. All together, our data demonstrate that Org 214007-0 is a novel SGRMs with an improved therapeutic index compared to prednisolone. This class of SGRMs can contribute to effective anti-inflammatory therapy with a lower risk for metabolic side effects.

  11. 78 FR 77755 - Self-Regulatory Organizations; The Depository Trust Company; Notice of Filing of Proposed Rule...

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    2013-12-24

    .... Bloomfield, et al., SEC Rel. No. 62750 (Aug 20, 2010), available at http://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/2010... Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc., Regulatory Notice 09-05, available at http://www.finra.org/web/groups... post all comments on the Commission's Internet Web site ( http://www.sec.gov/rules/sro.shtml ). Copies...

  12. Managing Hyperglycemia (High Blood Sugar) in the Hospital: a Patient's Guide

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    Managing Hyperglycemia (High Blood Sugar) in the Hospital A Patient’s Guide Hyperglycemia is the medical term for blood glucose (sugar) ... org/guidelines/index.cfm). www.hormone.org Managing Hyperglycemia (High Blood Sugar) in the Hospital Patient Guide ...

  13. Perfil sócio econômicos de consumidores de produtos orgânicos

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    Elga Batista da Silva

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available A produção agrícola convencional acarreta degradação ao meio ambiente, contamina o solo e expõe o agricultor aos pesticidas utilizados na produção desses alimentos. A agricultura orgânica apresenta-se mais vantajosa por não acarretar os malefícios supracitados, além de fornecer produtos de maior qualidade nutricional; entretanto esse mercado possui alguns entraves ao seu desenvolvimento como, por exemplo, o preço dos produtos. O presente trabalho analisou o perfil dos consumidores de produtos orgânicos comercializados na feira da Glória, situada no Rio de Janeiro/RJ. Foram entrevistadas 80 pessoas (feirantes e consumidores de produtos orgânicos, a partir de questionários com 12 questões sobre aspectos referentes a estado civil, escolaridade, renda, frequência de consumo, preço, entre outros.  Constatou-se que a maioria dos consumidores entrevistados são mulheres de nível superior, com faixa etária entre 40 a 59 anos de idade. Os entrevistados em união estável predominaram (42%, com relação à renda familiar, 54% dos consumidores têm rendimentos acima de dez salários mínimos, confirmando uma relação entre nível de renda e consumo de orgânicos. Conclui-se ser necessário difundir os benefícios que esses produtos propiciam à saúde, bem como a possibilidade de adquiri-los em feiras e pequenos produtores a menores preços.

  14. Comparative Analysis of Opioid Queries on Erowid.org: An Opportunity to Advance Harm Reduction.

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    Wightman, Rachel S; Perrone, Jeanmarie; Erowid, Fire; Erowid, Earth; Meisel, Zachary F; Nelson, Lewis S

    2017-08-24

    Many individuals who use opioids turn to online resources to gather information on effects, availability, and safety. Describe opioid index page views on Erowid.org to assess trends in public interest in particular opioids. Retrospective analysis of Erowid.org site traffic was performed to identify unique average daily visits to opioid pages. All data was normalized to that of visits to the heroin index page. Average daily visits to the index pages of each of 6 commonly abused opioids were assessed during the period of 2009 to 2015. Similarly, visits to 15 distinct opioid index pages at 5 time points (July, October 2014 and Jan, April, and July 2015) were described. From 2009 to 2015 a decrease in the number of page visits versus heroin (1.00) occurred for hydrocodone (0.87 to 0.59, -32%), oxycodone (1.38 to 0.99, -28%), and morphine (0.26 to 0.25, -6%). Increases in page visits compared to heroin occurred for fentanyl (0.18 to 0.47, +157%), tramadol (0.43 to 0.88, +106%), hydromorphone (0.19 to 0.24, +29%), and oxymorphone (0.11 to 0.13, +18%). Indexed to heroin (1.00) average opioid page visit frequencies from July 2014 to July 2015 were highest for oxycodone (1.02) and tramadol (0.81). Conclusion/Importance: Oxycodone and tramadol represent the greatest number of Erowid.org opioid page visits compared to heroin. The largest increase in visits over the study periods was for fentanyl and tramadol. The relationship of page visits on Erowid.org creates a unique opportunity for real-time evaluation of emerging drug trends and epidemiological study.

  15. BioImg.org: A Catalog of Virtual Machine Images for the Life Sciences.

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    Dahlö, Martin; Haziza, Frédéric; Kallio, Aleksi; Korpelainen, Eija; Bongcam-Rudloff, Erik; Spjuth, Ola

    2015-01-01

    Virtualization is becoming increasingly important in bioscience, enabling assembly and provisioning of complete computer setups, including operating system, data, software, and services packaged as virtual machine images (VMIs). We present an open catalog of VMIs for the life sciences, where scientists can share information about images and optionally upload them to a server equipped with a large file system and fast Internet connection. Other scientists can then search for and download images that can be run on the local computer or in a cloud computing environment, providing easy access to bioinformatics environments. We also describe applications where VMIs aid life science research, including distributing tools and data, supporting reproducible analysis, and facilitating education. BioImg.org is freely available at: https://bioimg.org.

  16. Schema.org, la millora de la visualització dels resultats en els cercadors i molt més

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    Sulé Duesa, Andreu

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Es descriuen les principals característiques de l'Schema.org, el vocabulari creat el 2011 per Google, Bing, Yahoo! i Yandex per marcar el contingut de les pàgines web i, d'aquesta manera, fer recognoscibles i comprensibles les seves dades als cercadors. Se n'exposa la principal aplicació avui dia, l'enriquiment de la informació que mostren els cercadors de cada pàgina web en els seus resultats, així com els fonaments de la seva estructura (entitats, propietats, valors, etc. i dels formats de codificació que accepta. També s'explica com marcar el contingut d'una pàgina web amb l'Schema.org, qui fa servir avui dia aquest vocabulari, i qui el manté i desenvolupa. Finalment, es valora breument la conveniència o no d'utilitzar l'Schema.org, així com les possibles aplicacions d'aquest vocabulari en la millora de les cerques i dels resultats dels cercadors (més precisió, més funcionalitats, etc., en el desenvolupament del web semàntic i, fins i tot, en el posicionament de les pàgines web en els cercadors (SEO.Se describen las principales características de Schema.org, el vocabulario creado en 2011 por Google, Bing, Yahoo! y Yandex para marcar el contenido de las páginas web y, de este modo, hacer reconocibles y comprensibles sus datos a los buscadores. Se expone su principal aplicación a día de hoy, el enriquecimiento de la información que muestran los buscadores de cada página web en sus resultados, así como los fundamentos de su estructura (entidades, propiedades, valores, etc. y de los formatos de codificación que acepta. También se explica cómo marcar el contenido de una página web con Schema.org, quién usa actualmente este vocabulario, y quién lo mantiene y desarrolla. Por último, se valora brevemente la conveniencia o no de utilizar Schema.org, así como las posibles aplicaciones de este vocabulario para mejorar las búsquedas y los resultados de los buscadores (más precisión, más funcionalidades, etc., en el

  17. PENGARUH TERPAAN INFORMASI RISET MELALUI WEBSITE www.ppet.lipi.go.id TERHADAP SIKAP MAHASISWA MENGENAI PENELITIAN

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    The $\\Upsilon$(1S), $\\Upsilon$(2S), and $\\Upsilon$(3S) production cross sections are measured using a data sample corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 35.8 $\\pm$ 1.4 inverse picobarns of proton-proton collisions at $\\sqrt{s}$ = 7 TeV, collected with the CMS detector at the LHC. The Upsilon resonances are identified through their decays to dimuons. Integrated over the $\\Upsilon$ transverse momentum range $p_{t}^{\\Upsilon} \\lt$ 50GeV and rapidity range |$y^\\Upsilon$| $\\lt$ 2.4, and assuming unpolarized Upsilon production, the products of the Upsilon production cross sections and dimuon branching fractions are \\begin{equation*}\\sigma(pp \\to \\Upsilon(1S) X) . B(\\Upsilon(1S) \\to \\mu^+ \\mu^-) = (8.55 \\pm 0.05^{+0.56}_{-0.50} \\pm 0.34) nb,\\end{equation*} \\begin{equation*}\\sigma(pp \\to \\Upsilon(2S) X) . B(\\Upsilon(2S) \\to \\mu^+ \\mu^-) = (2.21 \\pm 0.03^{+0.16}_{-0.14} \\pm 0.09) nb,\\end{equation*} \\begin{equation*}\\sigma(pp \\to \\Upsilon(3S) X) . B(\\Upsilon(3S) \\to \\mu^+ \\mu^-) = (1.11 \\pm 0.02^{+0.10}_{-0.08} \\pm 0.04) nb, \\end{equation*} where the first uncertainty is statistical, the second is systematic, and the third is from the uncertainty in the integrated luminosity. The differential cross sections in bins of transverse momentum and rapidity, and the cross section ratios are presented. Cross section measurements performed within a restricted muon kinematic range and not corrected for acceptance are also provided. These latter measurements are independent of Upsilon polarization assumptions. The results are compared to theoretical predictions and previous measurements.

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    The Japan Nuclear Reaction Data Center (JCPRG) was approved as an organisation of Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University and established on April 1, 2007. In addition to nuclear data activities carried out by JCPRG (Japan-Charged Particle Nuclear Reaction Data Group), the centre is concerned with the evaluation of nuclear reaction data in nucleosynthesis in the universe. In order efficiently to compile reaction data obtained by using radioactive ion beam, the centre signed a research contract with RIKEN Nishina Center. We are scanning 16 journals for Japanese charged-particle and photo-nuclear nuclear reaction data compilation. From April 2006 to March 2007, CPND and PhND in 45 references (453 records, 1.83 MB) have been newly compiled for NRDF. Usually new data are released at the JCPRG web site several months prior to EXFOR. Since the 2006 NRDC meeting, we have made 104 new entries and have revised or deleted 142 old entries. Intensive numerical data compilations have been done. These data were shown in tabular form in dissertations which are (partially) published in Journals. About 30 new entries were compiled from these data. We have prepared CINDA batches for CPND published in Japan every half year. Each batch covers 6 issues of each of 4 Japanese journals JPJ, PTP, NST and JNRS. Bibliographies for neutron induced reaction data have been compiled by JAEA Nuclear Data Center as before. A new web-based NRDF search and plot system on MySQL was released in July, 2007. New compilation, which has been finalized for NRDF, but not for EXFOR, can be obtained from this site. DARPE (another NRDF search and plot system written in Perl) is also available at http://www.jcprg.org/darpe/. EXFOR/ENDF (http://www.jcprg.org/exfor/) search and plot system is available. We have also developed following utilities: PENDL (http://www.jcprg.org/endf/) and RENORM (http://www.jcprg.org/renorm). We are developing a new search system of CINDA. This is an extension of EXFOR/ENDF search

  1. Over ten thousand cases and counting: acidbase.org is serving the critical care community.

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    Elbers, Paul W G; Van Regenmortel, Niels; Gatz, Rainer

    2015-01-01

    Acidbase.org has been serving the critical care community for over a decade. The backbone of this online resource consists of Peter Stewart's original text "How to understand Acid-Base" which is freely available to everyone. In addition, Stewart's Textbook of Acid Base, which puts the theory in today's clinical context is available for purchase from the website. However, many intensivists use acidbase.org on a daily basis for its educational content and in particular for its analysis module. This review provides an overview of the history of the website, a tutorial and descriptive statistics of over 10,000 queries submitted to the analysis module.

  2. Reading Food Labels: Tips If You Have Diabetes

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    ... http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/obesity/lose_wt/fat_free.htm. Accessed Aug. 18, 2016. Nutrient content claims. American Diabetes Association. http://www.diabetes.org/food-and-fitness/food/what-can-i-eat/food- ...

  3. .museum - muuseumide uus netiidentiteet / Maria-Kristiina Soomre

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    Soomre, Maria-Kristiina, 1978-

    2001-01-01

    ICOMi Barcelona kohtumisel tutvustatud .museum projektist. ICOMi loodud MuseDoma on arendanud juunis tööle hakanud museumi domeeni., mis on alternatiiv senistele .com ja .org veebinimedele. Oma netiaadresside .museumiks ümberregistreerimisest. Info: www.musedoma.org/name_requests

  4. Dementia - what to ask your doctor

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    What to ask your doctor about dementia; Alzheimer disease - what to ask your doctor; Cognitive impairment - what to ask your doctor ... Alzheimer's Association. Dementia Care Practice Recommendations ... in a Home Setting. Updated 2009. Alz.org. www.alz.org/national/ ...

  5. Wheat Rust Toolbox Related to New Initiatives on Yellow Rust

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    Hansen, Jens Grønbech; Lassen, Poul

    ://www.fao.org/agriculture/crops/rust/stem/rust-report/en/). The Wheat rust toolbox is one of several International research platforms hosted by Aarhus University, and it uses the same ICT framework and databases as EuroWheat (www.eurowheat.org) and EuroBlight (www.EuroBlight.net). The Wheat Rust Toolbox will also serve the Global Rust Reference Centre (GRRC) as well...... – 2009), and as soon as possible this will be expanded to cover all global yellow rust data available via the GRRC. The presentation will focus on experiences from the previous work on global databases and web based information systems, as well as propose ideas how the toolbox can be helpful regarding...

  6. Efecto del manejo orgánico y convencional sobre propiedades bioquímicas de un Andisol y el cultivo de papa en invernadero

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    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Se determinaron características bioquímicas de un Andisol de Zarcero, sometido por más de 20 años, al manejo orgánico y al convencional. Posteriormente se evaluó en ambos suelos el rendimiento de la papa en condiciones de invernadero, bajo los siguientes tratamientos: fertilización convencional, fertilización orgánica, fertilización convencional más solubilizadores de P y fertilización orgánica más solubilizadores de P y un testigo. Concluido el ciclo de la papa, se cultivó maíz para evaluar el efecto residual de los diferentes tipos de fertilización. El suelo orgánico presentó 54% más C orgánico, la acidez fue muy baja (0,16 cmol(+.l-1 y el pH alcanzó la neutralidad (6,3, mientras que para el suelo convencional los valores fueron de 1,4 cmol(+.l-1 y 5. Los contenidos de Ca y Mg en el suelo orgánico cuadriplicaron los valores del suelo convencional, por lo que la CEC se duplicó. El suelo convencional presentó desbalances en todas las relaciones, mientras que el suelo orgánico en la relación Ca/Mg. Los valores de C y N totales fueron inferiores en el suelo convencional, y la relación C/N fue similar. El P en las 2 condiciones fue alto, en el suelo convencional se relacionó con las fertilizaciones químicas, mientras que en el suelo orgánico a las fuentes minerales y orgánicas. Los valores de Cu, Fe y Mn fueron menores en el suelo orgánico. La cantidad de UFC.gr-1 de actinomicetes y bacterias fue menor en uno y 2 órdenes de magnitud en el suelo convencional, mientras la tasa de respiración fue mayor. En el suelo con manejo convencional, la fertilización convencional más solubilizadores de P generó el mayor rendimiento de tubérculos. En el suelo con manejo orgánico, la fertilización convencional y la orgánica presentaron el mayor rendimiento sin diferencia significativa entre ellos. Además, el suelo convencional con fertilización convencional y el suelo orgánico con fertilización orgánica obtuvieron

  7. Medium Grants Competition in Support of the Framework ...

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    Institution. Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Institution Country. China. Institution Website. http://www.ChinaCDC.net.cn ... Institution. Public Health Association of Republika Srpska. Institution Country. Bosnia and Herzegovina. Institution Website. http://www.ujzrs.org ...

  8. Intensive Insulin Therapy: Tight Blood Sugar Control

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    ... specific situation. McCulloch DK. General principles of insulin therapy in diabetes mellitus. http://www.uptodate.com/home. Accessed Dec. ... Diabetes Association. http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/treatment-and-care/blood-glucose-control/checking-your-blood- ...

  9. Open chemistry registry and mapping platform based on open source cheminformatics toolkits (ACS Fall meeting)

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    TheOpen PHACTS project (openphacts.org) is a European initiative, constituting a public–private partnership to enable easier, cheaper and faster drug discovery [1]. The project is supported by the Open PHACTS Foundation (www.openphactsfoundation.org) and funded by contributions f...

  10. The Hereptofauna of Letterkenny Army Depot, South-Central Pennsylvania: A Starting Point to the Long-Term Monitoring and Management of Amphibians and Reptiles

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    2010-06-01

    Journal of Kansas Herpetology Number 34 (June 2010) 11 www.cnah.org/khs ARtIClES tHE HERpEtofAUNA of lEttERKENNY ARMY dEpot, SoUtH-CENtRAl...compare the herpetological commu- nity currently present at the site with that expected from prior literature (felbaum, 1995; Hulse et al., 2001; tetra...Form 298 (Rev. 8-98) Prescribed by ANSI Std Z39-18 Journal of Kansas Herpetology Number 34 (June 2010) 12 www.cnah.org/khs agricultural and other

  11. Narco-Crime in Mexico: Indication of State Failure or Symptoms of an Emerging Democracy

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    2010-05-21

    16, 2010). 91 The Fund for Peace, “Country Profiles: Mexico,” http://www.fundforpeace.org/ web /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=442&Itemid... sistemas /cgpv2000/religion/rel01.asp?s=est&c=11938, (accessed May 3, 2010). 36 underworld of illicit activities support the emerging concepts of Santa...Porcentaje de la Poblacíon Católica, 1895 a 2000.” http://www.inegi.org.mx/est/contiendos/espanol/ sistemas /cgpv2000/religion/rel01.asp?s= est&c

  12. The Relationship Between Islamism and Women in Civil Society: A Look at Turkey and Egypt

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    2015-03-01

    multiculturalism .124 2. Family Life under the AK Party While the AK Party’s work to overturn the headscarf ban has granted opportunities to religious women, the...February 21, 2015, 56, http://www.nndp.org/content/dam/nndp/ library /MDG/english!MDG%20Cotmtry%20Reports/Tlll’kev!Tlll’ke y MDGRepmt 2005.pdf; T.R. Prime...accessed February 21 , 2015, 52, http://www.nndp.org/content/dam/nndp/ library /MDG/english!MDG%20Cotmtry%20Reports/Tlll’key/Mille nnium Development

  13. America’s Holy War

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    2006-04-14

    Journal. 24 April 2002. http://www.mepc.org/public_asp/journal/ vol10 /0306_alqaeda.asp accessed on 21 Sept 05. 21 “Translation of April 24, 2002 al...Qaeda document”. Middle East Policy Council Journal. 24 April 2002. http://www.mepc.org/public_asp/journal/ vol10 /0306_alqaeda.asp accessed on 21 Sept... vol10 /0306_alqaeda.asp accessed on 21 Sept 05. 23 “Osama bin Laden’s Speech on the Eve of the 2004 US Elections”. The Middle East Media Research

  14. A study of Z-pinch in capillary filled by boron vapours

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    Vrba, Pavel; Vrbová, M.; Bobrova, N. A.; Sasorov, P. V.

    2009-01-01

    Roč. 51, č. 2 (2009), s. 481-486 ISSN 1434-6079. [Symposium on Plasma Physics and Technology/23rd./. Praha, 16.06.2008-19.06.2008] R&D Projects: GA ČR GA102/07/0275; GA MŠk LA08024 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z20430508 Keywords : Z-pinches * plasma focus and other pinch devices * Plasma devices for generation of coherent radiation * Magnetohydrodynamics and fluid equation Subject RIV: BH - Optics, Masers, Lasers www.edpsciences.org/epjd nebo www.epj.org

  15. Severely Burdened Individuals Do Not Need to Be Excluded From Internet-Based and Mobile-Based Stress Management: Effect Modifiers of Treatment Outcomes From Three Randomized Controlled Trials.

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    Weisel, Kiona Krueger; Lehr, Dirk; Heber, Elena; Zarski, Anna-Carlotta; Berking, Matthias; Riper, Heleen; Ebert, David Daniel

    2018-06-19

    Although internet-based and mobile-based stress management interventions (iSMIs) may be a promising strategy to reach employees suffering from high chronic stress, it remains unknown whether participants with high symptom severity of depression or anxiety also benefit from iSMIs or should be excluded. This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of iSMIs in subgroups with high symptom severity and to test whether baseline symptom severity moderates treatment outcome. Data from three randomized controlled trials (N=791) were pooled to identify effect modifiers and to evaluate efficacy in subgroups with different levels of initial symptom severity. The outcomes perceived stress (Perceived Stress Scale, PSS), depression severity (Center for Epidemiological Depression Scale, CES-D), and anxiety (Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, HADS) symptom severity were assessed at baseline, 7-week postassessment, and 6-month follow-up. Potential moderators were tested in predicting differences in the change of outcome in multiple moderation analyses. Simple slope analyses evaluated efficacy of the iSMI comparing the intervention group with the waitlist control group in subgroups with low, moderate, and severe initial symptomology based on means and SDs of the study population. In addition, subgroups with clinical values of depression (CES-D≥16) and anxiety (HADS≥8) at baseline were explored, and response rates (RRs; 50% symptom reduction) and symptom-free (SF) status (CES-Dhttps://www.drks.de/DRKS00005112 (Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/6zmIZwvdA); 2) German Clinical Trials Register DRKS00005384; https://www.drks.de/ DRKS00005384 (Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/6zmIerdtr); and 3) German Clinical Trials Register DRKS00004749; https://www.drks.de/DRKS00004749 (Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/6zmIjDQPx). ©Kiona Krueger Weisel, Dirk Lehr, Elena Heber, Anna-Carlotta Zarski, Matthias Berking, Heleen Riper, David Daniel Ebert

  16. NeuroMorpho.Org implementation of digital neuroscience: dense coverage and integration with the NIF.

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    Halavi, Maryam; Polavaram, Sridevi; Donohue, Duncan E; Hamilton, Gail; Hoyt, Jeffrey; Smith, Kenneth P; Ascoli, Giorgio A

    2008-09-01

    Neuronal morphology affects network connectivity, plasticity, and information processing. Uncovering the design principles and functional consequences of dendritic and axonal shape necessitates quantitative analysis and computational modeling of detailed experimental data. Digital reconstructions provide the required neuromorphological descriptions in a parsimonious, comprehensive, and reliable numerical format. NeuroMorpho.Org is the largest web-accessible repository service for digitally reconstructed neurons and one of the integrated resources in the Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF). Here we describe the NeuroMorpho.Org approach as an exemplary experience in designing, creating, populating, and curating a neuroscience digital resource. The simple three-tier architecture of NeuroMorpho.Org (web client, web server, and relational database) encompasses all necessary elements to support a large-scale, integrate-able repository. The data content, while heterogeneous in scientific scope and experimental origin, is unified in format and presentation by an in house standardization protocol. The server application (MRALD) is secure, customizable, and developer-friendly. Centralized processing and expert annotation yields a comprehensive set of metadata that enriches and complements the raw data. The thoroughly tested interface design allows for optimal and effective data search and retrieval. Availability of data in both original and standardized formats ensures compatibility with existing resources and fosters further tool development. Other key functions enable extensive exploration and discovery, including 3D and interactive visualization of branching, frequently measured morphometrics, and reciprocal links to the original PubMed publications. The integration of NeuroMorpho.Org with version-1 of the NIF (NIFv1) provides the opportunity to access morphological data in the context of other relevant resources and diverse subdomains of neuroscience, opening

  17. Strategi Branding Portal Online Www.tripriau.com Dalam Membangun Brand Awareness Sebagai Portal Online Pariwisata Provinsi Riau

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    Rahmadhani, Yuri; Lubis, Evawani Elysa

    2017-01-01

    Online portal www.tripriau.com online portal is one of the online portal in Riau Province that has its own uniqueness. These portals contain local content and the potential of tourism in the province of Riau. Since its establishment, www.tripriau.com do branding strategy in order to build brand awareness or trust the reader to be known as a tourism-themed online portal. As the selection of brand name Trip Riau, Riau Guide My tagline, as well as the implementation of travel instagram photo con...

  18. Prenatal Vitamins: Why They Matter, How to Choose

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    ... and iron supplements. Gillen-Goldstein J, et al. Nutrition in pregnancy. http://www.uptodate.com/home. Accessed March 24, ... March 24, 2015. Frequently asked questions. Pregnancy FAQ001. Nutrition during pregnancy. http://www.acog.org/Patients/FAQs/Nutrition-During- ...

  19. International abstracting and indexing services

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    African Journals OnLine (AJOL): This is a not-for-profit organization working to ... journal http://www.embase.com/info/customer-support/new-title-suggestions ... of injury prevention and safety promotion: http://www.safetylit.org/about.htm To ...

  20. Hippocampome.org: a knowledge base of neuron types in the rodent hippocampus.

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    Wheeler, Diek W; White, Charise M; Rees, Christopher L; Komendantov, Alexander O; Hamilton, David J; Ascoli, Giorgio A

    2015-09-24

    Hippocampome.org is a comprehensive knowledge base of neuron types in the rodent hippocampal formation (dentate gyrus, CA3, CA2, CA1, subiculum, and entorhinal cortex). Although the hippocampal literature is remarkably information-rich, neuron properties are often reported with incompletely defined and notoriously inconsistent terminology, creating a formidable challenge for data integration. Our extensive literature mining and data reconciliation identified 122 neuron types based on neurotransmitter, axonal and dendritic patterns, synaptic specificity, electrophysiology, and molecular biomarkers. All ∼3700 annotated properties are individually supported by specific evidence (∼14,000 pieces) in peer-reviewed publications. Systematic analysis of this unprecedented amount of machine-readable information reveals novel correlations among neuron types and properties, the potential connectivity of the full hippocampal circuitry, and outstanding knowledge gaps. User-friendly browsing and online querying of Hippocampome.org may aid design and interpretation of both experiments and simulations. This powerful, simple, and extensible neuron classification endeavor is unique in its detail, utility, and completeness.

  1. Exercises in Anatomy, Connectivity, and Morphology using Neuromorpho.org and the Allen Brain Atlas.

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    Chu, Philip; Peck, Joshua; Brumberg, Joshua C

    2015-01-01

    Laboratory instruction of neuroscience is often limited by the lack of physical resources and supplies (e.g., brains specimens, dissection kits, physiological equipment). Online databases can serve as supplements to material labs by providing professionally collected images of brain specimens and their underlying cellular populations with resolution and quality that is extremely difficult to access for strictly pedagogical purposes. We describe a method using two online databases, the Neuromorpho.org and the Allen Brain Atlas (ABA), that freely provide access to data from working brain scientists that can be modified for laboratory instruction/exercises. Neuromorpho.org is the first neuronal morphology database that provides qualitative and quantitative data from reconstructed cells analyzed in published scientific reports. The Neuromorpho.org database contains cross species and multiple neuronal phenotype datasets which allows for comparative examinations. The ABA provides modules that allow students to study the anatomy of the rodent brain, as well as observe the different cellular phenotypes that exist using histochemical labeling. Using these tools in conjunction, advanced students can ask questions about qualitative and quantitative neuronal morphology, then examine the distribution of the same cell types across the entire brain to gain a full appreciation of the magnitude of the brain's complexity.

  2. Casting Net Assessment: Andrew W. Marshall and the Epistemic Community of the Cold War

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    2012-06-01

    gastronomic ecstasy.”47 But they shared a bond far deeper than their stomachs might allow. Both were inveterate autodidacts and eclectic readers...73 Nuclear Weapon Archive, http://nuclearweaponarchive.org/ Usa /Tests/Ivy.html (accessed 2 April 2012...nuclearweaponarchive.org/ Usa / Tests/Ivy.html (accessed 2 April 2012). “Pearl Harbor Attack Announcement,” http://www.archive.org/ details/PearlHarborAttackAnnouncement

  3. How Is Psoriasis Treated? | NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine

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    ... page please turn Javascript on. Feature: Living with Psoriasis How Is Psoriasis Treated? Past Issues / Fall 2013 Table of Contents ... nih.gov/ Clinical Trials — www.clinicaltrials.gov National Psoriasis Foundation — www.psoriasis.org American Academy of Dermatology — ...

  4. Investigation on the Suitability of Fobur Granite in Jos, Plateau State ...

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    www.ajol.info and www.bioline.org.br/ ... Granite is formed by the molten magma deep within the .... behavior of the composites under a compressive load. The test ... Change in Volume (∆). (cm3 ) ..... Mineral Processing Technology. New York: ...

  5. Journal of the Nigerian Optometric Association

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    ... in the broad fields of Optometry and Health Sciences, providing a medium for ... journal will feature an online publication on NOA website, www.noang.org. To reach a worldwide audience, the full text is published at http://www.ajol.info/ajol/ .

  6. neXtProt: organizing protein knowledge in the context of human proteome projects.

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    Gaudet, Pascale; Argoud-Puy, Ghislaine; Cusin, Isabelle; Duek, Paula; Evalet, Olivier; Gateau, Alain; Gleizes, Anne; Pereira, Mario; Zahn-Zabal, Monique; Zwahlen, Catherine; Bairoch, Amos; Lane, Lydie

    2013-01-04

    About 5000 (25%) of the ~20400 human protein-coding genes currently lack any experimental evidence at the protein level. For many others, there is only little information relative to their abundance, distribution, subcellular localization, interactions, or cellular functions. The aim of the HUPO Human Proteome Project (HPP, www.thehpp.org ) is to collect this information for every human protein. HPP is based on three major pillars: mass spectrometry (MS), antibody/affinity capture reagents (Ab), and bioinformatics-driven knowledge base (KB). To meet this objective, the Chromosome-Centric Human Proteome Project (C-HPP) proposes to build this catalog chromosome-by-chromosome ( www.c-hpp.org ) by focusing primarily on proteins that currently lack MS evidence or Ab detection. These are termed "missing proteins" by the HPP consortium. The lack of observation of a protein can be due to various factors including incorrect and incomplete gene annotation, low or restricted expression, or instability. neXtProt ( www.nextprot.org ) is a new web-based knowledge platform specific for human proteins that aims to complement UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot ( www.uniprot.org ) with detailed information obtained from carefully selected high-throughput experiments on genomic variation, post-translational modifications, as well as protein expression in tissues and cells. This article describes how neXtProt contributes to prioritize C-HPP efforts and integrates C-HPP results with other research efforts to create a complete human proteome catalog.

  7. Resubmission of Gap Analysis Workshop for Training for Reintegration of Surgical Skills

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    2011-10-01

    the ABS, many other organizations do not have current reentry requirements but work with physicians on a case-by-case basis. Global competency...facs.org/education/ • Animal Labs • American Urological Association (AUA) Core Curriculum - http://www.auanet.org/eforms/ elearning /core

  8. Democratisation of Water and Sanitation Governance by Means of Socio-Technical Innovation. Assessment of Appropriate Water and Sanitation Technologies in Vulnerable Communities in the Baixada Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (In Portuguese)

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    Britto, Ana Lucia; Maiello, Antonella; Quintslr, Suyá

    2015-01-01

    Final Report from the UE funded Project DESAFIO (Democratisation of Water and Sanitation Governance by Means of Socio-Technical Innovation), 2013-2015. www.desafioglobal.org. Published as WATERLAT-GOBACIT Working Papers, Vol. 2, No 8 (http://waterlat.org/WPapers/WPSPIDES28.pdf).

  9. Manejo de plantas daninhas em maracujazeiro amarelo cultivado com adubação química e orgânica

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    Ogliari,J.; Freitas,S.P.; Carvalho,A.J.C.; Ferreira,L.R.; Marinho,C.S.; Thiebaut,J.T.L.

    2007-01-01

    Objetivou-se, neste trabalho, avaliar diferentes formas de manejo de plantas daninhas na cultura do maracujazeiro, cultivado com adubação química e orgânica. O delineamento experimental foi em blocos casualizados, com 15 tratamentos, arranjados em esquema de parcelas subdivididas, com quatro repetições e 10 plantas úteis por parcela. Os tratamentos foram constituídos por três tipos de adubações na parcela (orgânica, química e química + orgânica) e cinco manejos de plantas daninhas na subparce...

  10. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ajtcam.v10i4.8

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ajtcam.v10i4.8. 47. DIMETHOXYFLAVONE ISOLATED FROM THE STEM BARK OF STEREOSPERMUM KUNTHIANUM POSSESSES. ANTIDIARRHOEAL ACTIVITY IN RODENTS. Ching, F. P.1*, Otokiti, I. O.2 and Egert-omoneukanrin, B.2. 1*Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Basic Medical ...

  11. Liberação de potássio em latossolos tratados com resíduos orgânicos

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    Oliveira, Waldete Souza Japiassu de

    2014-01-01

    A taxa de liberação de K varia de um resíduo orgânico para outro e se mostra dependente do grau de humificação, da composição química e do teor e das formas de K no material estudado. Este estudo foi realizado com o objetivo de avaliar o potencial e a dinâmica de liberação de potássio de diferentes resíduos e adubos orgânicos incubados em amostras de areia e de latossolos. O experimento foi conduzido no Departamento de Ciência do Solo/UFLA, no Laboratório de Estudo da Matéria Orgânica do Solo...

  12. Bibenligne

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    Véronique Ginouvès

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available http://www.bibenligne.org La rubrique Bibenligne propose une sélection de sites web qui concerne le champ couvert par la remmm et présente un intérêt scientifique ou documentaire. Cette rubrique est alimentée par les concepteurs et rédacteurs du site Bibenligne, sélection raisonnée de catalogues de bibliothèques et de centres documentaires en sciences humaines et sociales. African Women Bibliographic Database http://www.bibenligne.org/index379.html African Women Bibliographic Database donne a...

  13. Ensuring Integrity in AGU Publications and Compliance With Dual Publication Policy

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    Kumar, Praveen; Calais, Eric

    2011-03-01

    To ensure the highest standards for publication, AGU has begun screening manuscript submissions using CrossCheck (http://www.crossref.org/crosscheck.html) for possible verbatim use of previously published material. Water Resources Research and Geophysical Research Letters have tested this technology since summer 2010. It has proven very useful in ensuring the highest integrity in publication standards and compliance with the AGU dual publication policy (http://www.agu.org/pubs/authors/policies/dualpub_policy.shtml). According to Barbara Major, assistant director of journals, other AGU journals will adopt this screening process in the near future.

  14. Sustaining a Stakeholder-Scientists Partnership in Co-producing Locally Relevant Data, Methods, and Tools

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    Asefa, T.

    2017-12-01

    This case study presents the experiences of two of the most successful boundary organizations that are engaged in co-producing decision relevant climate information for water resources management. The Water Utilities Climate Alliance (www.wucaonline.org) is a coalition of 11 of the nation's largest water utilities with customers base over 50 million. Whereas Florida Water and Climate Alliance (www.floridaWCA.org) is a state level collaborative Learning network that is engaged in co-exploration and co-development of actionable climate science. Lesson learned from these two structurally different organizations will be shared.

  15. Bilimsel Toplantı Duyuruları

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    2005-04-01

    Full Text Available 57th American Academy of Forensic Science Annual Meeting February 21-26 2005. New Orleans, Louisiana, TX, USA. Further Information: Nancy J. Jackson, Director of Administration AAFS, P.O. Box 669, Colorado Springs, CO 80901-0669, USA. Phone: 1-719-6361100; Fax:1-719-6361993 94th Annual Meeting United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology February 26-March 4, 2005. San Antonio, TX, USA Further information: United States andCanadianAcademy of Pathology, 3643WaltonWay Extension, Augusta, GA30909, USA. Phone: 1-706-7337550; Fax: 1-706-7338033 E-mail: iap@uscap.org; http://www.uscap.org 45th Conference on Legal Medicine March 4-6 2005. San Diego, CA, USA. Further information: Sue O'Sullivan, American College of Legal Medicine, 1111 N. Plaza Drive, Suite 550, Schaumburg, IL 60173. Phone: (847 969-0283, Fax: (847 517-7229, E-mail: info@aclm.org, www.aclm.org Basic Facial Reconstruction Sculpture Workshop March 11-13 2005 San Antonio, TX, USA. To be held at the UTHSCSA Dental School in San Antonio, TX. Further information: Betty Pat. Gatliff, SKULLpture Lab, 1026 Leslie Lane, Norman, OK 73069. Phone: (405 321-8706. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences meeting March 14-19 2005 Chicago, Illinois, USA Further information: www.acjs.org 42nd Annual Meeting Academy of Criminal Justice March 17-19 2005 Chicago, IL, USA Sciences Further information: Laura Monaco, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 7319 Hanover Parkway, Suite C, Greenbelt, MA 20770, USA. Phone: 1-301-4466300; Fax: 1-301-4462819; E-mail: lmonaco@acjs.org; http://www.acjs.org The Sixth International Conference on Forensic Statistics March 17-19 2005 Tempe, A2, USA. Further information: Andrew (Sandy Askland, PhD, Center for Law, Science, & Technology, Arizona State University, College of Law, McAllister & Orange Streets, PO Box 877906, Tempe, A2 85287-7906. Phone: (480 965- 6606; Fax: (480 965-2427, E-mail: sandy.askland@ asu.edu, http://icfs.law.asu.edu 41st Annual Forensic Dental

  16. Diagnóstico dos produtores orgânicos da feira agroecológica do mercado municipal de Goiânia-GO

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    Full Text Available A agricultura orgânica é entendida como prática sustentável da agricultura, com manejo da produção minimamente ofensivo ao meio ambiente. Buscou-se neste trabalho identificar as práticas e motivações dos feirantes de produtos orgânicos em Goiânia. Foi realizado um censo com os comerciantes desta feira, utilizando questionários semi-estruturados, de onde foi extraído que todos os feirantes que comercializam produtos de origem vegetal in natura orgânicos possuem certificação pelo IBD, o mesmo não ocorrendo com produtos de origem animal ou produtos processados. Foi constatado também que a principal motivação para a prática de agricultura orgânica é a preocupação com a saúde, o que acaba sendo um atrativo para consumidores, que se tornaram fieis, e mantém o funcionamento do mercado de orgânicos em Goiânia, mesmo diante das dificuldades enfrentadas pelos feirantes.

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ajtcam.v10i4.6. 36. CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC ACTIVITIES OF CARTHAMI FLOS AND ITS REVERSAL EFFECT ON. MULTIDRUG RESISTANCE IN CANCER CELLS. Jimmy Yiu-Cheong Wu*a, Zhi-Ling Yub, Wang-Fun Fongb, Yi-Qian Shia. aZhejiang Chinese Medical University, Hangzhou 310053, ...

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    Full Text Available The 2006 Techno Security Conference The Eighth Annual International Techno Security Conference Further information : June 4-7, 2006 Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort 8400 Costa Verde Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 Medical Forensic Management of Adult Sexual Assault 16-18 June 2006, Auckland Further information : Marion Davis Library Building 43, Auckland Hospital, Park Road, Grafton Auckland The 6th Annual Digital Forensic Research Workshop (DFRWS 2006 August 14-16, 2006-09-13 Further information : Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana, USA www.dfrws.org The 2006 Techno Forensics Conference November 6 - 8, 2006 Further information : Inaugural Techno Forensics Conference at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST 100 Bureau Drive Administration Bldg. 101 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 http://www.techsec.com/html/TechnoForensics2006.htm The Second Islamic Countries Forensic Medicine Congress The Second Conference of Arab Forensic Pathologists and Physicians Union The First Jordanian International Conference on Forensic Sciences and Medicine 5-8 September 2006, Amman Jordan Further information : Dr Hani Jahshan Emaihhani.jahshan@jsfms.org Tel: +962 (7 5522062 http://www.jsfms.org/ Forensic Science Society Conferences 11 September 2006, United Kingdom Further information : Advances in Forensic DNA Analysis Joint Conference with Centre for Forensic Investigation, University of Teesside Innovation Centre, University of Teesside, Middlesbrough conference@forensic-science-society.org.uk Environmental Forensics Meeting: Chemical, Physical and Biological Methods, 18 - 21 September 2006, United Kingdom Further information : University of Durham, Durham, UK Contact: Rebecca Quine, Conference Promotion Executive quiner@rsc.org Forensic Neuropathology Meeting 28 September 2006,United Kingdom Further information : Royal College of Pathologists, 2 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AF Michelle Casey for Tel: 020 7451 6740 Email: michelle.casey@rcpath.org

  19. Automatic Mirroring of the IRAF FTP and WWW Archives

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    Fitzpatrick, Mike; Tody, Doug; Terrett, David L.

    Large FTP archives have long used mirrors (copies of the network archive maintained on remote hosts) to decrease the load on a particular server or shorten the network path to provide faster download times. Little has been done however to simplify mirroring of WWW (World Wide Web) pages, although many projects and users now rely on Web pages at least as heavily as anonymous FTP services. With the dramatically increasing use of the global Internet in the past year, the network has become overloaded, and network access, especially overseas, is often very slow during peak hours. We present a strategy based on host-independent URLs which allows Web pages to be automatically mirrored to both remote Web hosts and CD-ROMs. Issues affecting a site wishing to mirror a remote archive are discussed.

  20. Hepatitis C: What Happens in End-Stage Liver Disease?

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    ... 2015. Chopra S. Clinical manifestations and natural history of hepatitis C virus infection. http://www.uptodate.com/home. Accessed Jan. 27, 2015. March 25, 2015 Original article: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hepatitis-c/expert-answers/hepatitis-c/FAQ-20058533 . Mayo ...

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    ... 3600 http://www.ecommunity.com/library Indiana University School of Dentistry Library 1121 West Michigan St. Indianapolis, IN 46202-5186 ... 502-4010 http://www.franciscanhealth.org St Elizabeth School of Nursing Sister Florianne Library 1501 Hartford Street Lafayette, IN 47904 765-423- ...

  3. 1mamoune el himri; abdelouahad el himri ;; agustín pastor

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    Full-text Available Online at www.ajol.info and www.bioline.org.br/ja. INFLUENCE OF THE MEASUREMENT MEDIUM AND MATRIX MODIFIERS ON THE DETERMINATION OF SILICON. IN WATERS BY GRAPHITE FURNACE ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY. *1MAMOUNE EL HIMRI; ABDELOUAHAD EL HIMRI;; ...

  4. Translational PK-PD modelling of molecular target modulation for the AMPA receptor positive allosteric modulator Org 26576.

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    Bursi, Roberta; Erdemli, Gul; Campbell, Robert; Hutmacher, Matthew M; Kerbusch, Thomas; Spanswick, David; Jeggo, Ross; Nations, Kari R; Dogterom, Peter; Schipper, Jacques; Shahid, Mohammed

    2011-12-01

    The α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methylisoxazole-4-propionic acid (AMPA) receptor potentiator Org 26576 represents an interesting pharmacological tool to evaluate the utility of glutamatergic enhancement towards the treatment of psychiatric disorders. In this study, a rat-human translational pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic (PK-PD) model of AMPA receptor modulation was used to predict human target engagement and inform dose selection in efficacy clinical trials. Modelling and simulation was applied to rat plasma and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic measurements to identify a target concentration (EC(80)) for AMPA receptor modulation. Human plasma pharmacokinetics was determined from 33 healthy volunteers and eight major depressive disorder patients. From four out of these eight patients, CSF PK was also determined. Simulations of human CSF levels were performed for several doses of Org 26576. Org 26576 (0.1-10 mg/kg, i.v.) potentiated rat hippocampal AMPA receptor responses in an exposure-dependant manner. The rat plasma and CSF PK data were fitted by one-compartment model each. The rat CSF PK-PD model yielded an EC(80) value of 593 ng/ml (90% confidence interval 406.8, 1,264.1). The human plasma and CSF PK data were simultaneously well described by a two-compartment model. Simulations showed that in humans at 100 mg QD, CSF levels of Org 26576 would exceed the EC(80) target concentration for about 2 h and that 400 mg BID would engage AMPA receptors for 24 h. The modelling approach provided useful insight on the likely human dose-molecular target engagement relationship for Org 26576. Based on the current analysis, 100 and 400 mg BID would be suitable to provide 'phasic' and 'continuous' AMPA receptor engagement, respectively.

  5. Crescimento e produtividade do milho-verde sobre diferentes coberturas de solo no sistema plantio direto orgânico

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    Luiz Fernando Favarato

    Full Text Available RESUMO O cultivo de diferentes espécies de plantas de cobertura possibilita a melhoria e a conservação do solo e da matéria orgânica, além de promover consideráveis aumentos de rendimento nas culturas subsequentes, com significativos ganhos econômicos. Objetivou-se avaliar o crescimento e produtividade de milho-verde sobre diferentes coberturas de solo no sistema plantio direto (SPD orgânico. O trabalho foi disposto em delineamento de blocos casualizados, com 6 repetições e 5 sistemas de produção, constituídos por 3 coberturas de solo no SPD orgânico, com palha de aveia-preta, palha de tremoço-branco e palha do consórcio aveia-preta/tremoço-branco, assim como 2 sistemas sem palhada e com revolvimento do solo, um orgânico e outro convencional. Foram realizadas avaliações de diâmetro do colmo, de altura de planta e da inserção de espiga, nos estádios V5, V10 e R3, número total de espigas comerciais, produtividade total de espigas com palha e sem palha, peso médio de espigas com palha e sem palha, produtividade, peso médio e percentual de espigas comerciais, comprimento e diâmetro de espigas comerciais sem palha. O SPD orgânico sobre a palha de tremoço-branco em solteiro e em consórcio com aveia-preta proporcionou maior crescimento das plantas de milho nos estádios inicias da cultura. O uso de tremoço-branco solteiro ou em consórcio com aveia-preta apresentou-se como boa opção para formação de palha no SPD orgânico, garantindo crescimento e produtividade satisfatórios para a cultura do milho-verde.

  6. Evaluating virtual STEM mentoring programs: The SAGANet.org experience

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    Som, S. M.; Walker, S. I.; Miller, E.; Anbar, M.; Kacar, B.; Forrester, J. H.

    2014-12-01

    Many school districts within the United States continue to seek new ways of engaging students within Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. SAGANet.org, a web-based 501c3 Astrobiology outreach initiative, works with a number of schools, partnering K-12 students and their families with professional scientist mentors from around the world to teach and inspire students using virtual technology platforms. Current programs include two mentoring partnerships: pairing scientist-mentors with at-risk youth at the Pittsburg Community School in Pittsburg CA, and pairing scientist-mentors with families from the Kyrene del Cielo Elementary School in Chandler AZ. These programs represent two very different models for utilizing the virtual media platform provided by SAGANet.org to engage K-12 students and their families in STEM. For the former, scientists mentor the students of the Pittsburg School as part of the formal in-class curriculum. For the latter, scientists work with K-5 students and their families through Cielo's Science & Engineering Discovery Room to develop a science project as part of an informal learning experience that is independent of the formal curriculum. In this presentation, we (1) discuss the challenges and successes of engaging these two distinct audiences through virtual media, (2) present the results of how these two very-different mentoring partnership impact K-12 students science self-efficacy, interest in science, and STEM career awareness, and (3) share the impact of the mentoring experience on the mentor's confidence and self-efficacy with communicating science to the public.

  7. [Medical information systems in the internet : current data about the dermatologic web site www.dermis.net].

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    Diepgen, T L; Tanko, Z; Weisshaar, E; Matvijets, A; Simon, M

    2009-12-01

    www.dermis.net was established in 1994 as a dermatological information system with now more than 4,000 pages and over 7,500 dermatological images in an atlas. 1,200 dermatological diagnoses and medical information with 1,100 synonyms can be searched by body location and in alphabetical order. Additionally, there are seven information modules about skin cancer, atopic dermatitis, rosacea, skin care, eczema, fungal diseases and hemorrhoids with links to other medical pages like Cochrane Library. Pediatric skin diseases are covered in PeDOIA. www.dermis.net is meanwhile available in German, English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Turkish language. Current contents of this information system and user behavior are presented in this paper.

  8. Org.Lcsim: Event Reconstruction in Java

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    2011-01-01

    Maximizing the physics performance of detectors being designed for the International Linear Collider, while remaining sensitive to cost constraints, requires a powerful, efficient, and flexible simulation, reconstruction and analysis environment to study the capabilities of a large number of different detector designs. The preparation of Letters Of Intent for the International Linear Collider involved the detailed study of dozens of detector options, layouts and readout technologies; the final physics benchmarking studies required the reconstruction and analysis of hundreds of millions of events. We describe the Java-based software toolkit (org.lcsim) which was used for full event reconstruction and analysis. The components are fully modular and are available for tasks from digitization of tracking detector signals through to cluster finding, pattern recognition, track-fitting, calorimeter clustering, individual particle reconstruction, jet-finding, and analysis. The detector is defined by the same xml input files used for the detector response simulation, ensuring the simulation and reconstruction geometries are always commensurate by construction. We discuss the architecture as well as the performance.

  9. Active and Passive Supplier Assessment Program (ASAP & PSAP) WWW Sites http://nepp.nasa.gov/imd/asap http://nepp.nasa.gov/imd/psap

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    2000-01-01

    The Active and Passive Supplier Assessment Programs (ASAP and PSAP) WWW Sites provide general information to the electronic parts community regarding the availability of electronic parts. They also provide information to NASA regarding modifications to commonly used procurement specifications and test methods. The ASAP and PSAP www sites are ongoing resources produced by Code 562 in support of the NASA HQ funded NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging (NEPP) Program. These WWW sites do not provide information pertaining to patented or proprietary information. All of the information contained in these www sites is available through various other public domain resources such as US Military Qualified Producers Listings (QPLs) and Qualified Manufacturer Listings (QMLs) and industry working groups such as the Electronics Industry Alliance (EIA) and the Space Parts Working Group (SPWG).

  10. Acute and subchronic effects of Org 2305 and diazepam on psychomotor performance in man.

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    Mattila, M J; Koski, J; Strömberg, C

    1987-02-01

    Three doses (15, 30 and 60 mg) of Org 2305 (O 15, O 30 and O 60 respectively), a novel anxiolytic drug chemically related to mianserin, were compared with placebo and 15 mg diazepam (DZ) on human psychomotor performance in a double-blind, cross-over study with 15 healthy volunteers. Objective measurements (choice reaction, tracking, flicker fusion, Maddox wing, digit symbol substitution, memory recall) and subjective assessments (visual analogue scales) were done at baseline and 2 and 13 h after the first dose. This testing procedure was repeated on day 7 when administering the seventh consecutive daily night-time dose. After the first dose O 15 did not differ from placebo and O 30 rarely differed from placebo. O 60 impaired various objective functions similarly to, or less than DZ. Subjectively, DZ and O 60 were felt as sedative. During subchronic treatment, DZ caused some impairment of baseline due to accumulation of bioassayable benzodiazepines, but significant responses to the last DZ dose were less than those to the first dose. DZ but not O 60 was reported to have caused lethargy and clumsiness during subchronic treatment. In the doses used Org 2305 impaired psychomotor performance less than diazepam did. A dose of 60 mg Org 2305 may offer some advantage over 15 mg diazepam, provided that their anxiolytic effects are about similar.

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    ... contract. The current version of Chapter 253 may be obtained directly from the USAID website at http://www... Agency. The website for academic programs is: http://www.iie.org/fulbright/posts/restrict. U.S.-based... (website: http://policyworks.gov). [64 FR 5011, Feb. 2, 1999] ...

  15. The AMPA receptor potentiator Org 26576 modulates stress-induced transcription of BDNF isoforms in rat hippocampus.

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    Fumagalli, Fabio; Calabrese, Francesca; Luoni, Alessia; Shahid, Mohammed; Racagni, Giorgio; Riva, Marco A

    2012-02-01

    Brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is a key mediator of brain plasticity. The modulation of its expression and function is important for cognition and represents a key strategy to enhance neuronal resilience. Within this context, there exists a close interaction between glutamatergic neurotransmission and BDNF activity towards regulating cellular homeostasis and plasticity. The aim of the current study was to investigate the ability of the AMPA receptor potentiator Org 26576 to modulate BDNF expression in selected brain regions under basal conditions or in response to an acute swim stress. Rats subjected to a single intraperitoneal injection with Org 26576 (10mg/kg) or saline were exposed to a swim stress session (5 min) and sacrificed 15 min after the end of stress. Real-time PCR assay was used to determine changes in BDNF transcription in different brain regions. Total BDNF mRNA levels were significantly increased in the hippocampus of animals exposed to the combination of Org 26576 and stress whereas, in prefrontal and frontal cortices, BDNF mRNA levels were modulated by the acute stress, independently from drug treatment. The analysis of BDNF transcripts in the hippocampus revealed a major contribution of exons I and IV. Our results suggest that AMPA receptor potentiation by Org 26576 exerts a positive modulatory influence on BDNF expression during ongoing neuronal activity. Given that these mechanisms are critical for neuronal plasticity, we hypothesized that such changes may facilitate learning/coping mechanisms associated with a mild stressful experience. Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  16. On the Potential Application of the Wrinkled SiGe/SiGe Nanofilms

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    2016-01-01

    Roč. 6, č. 2 (2016), s. 19-23 ISSN 2160-049X Institutional support: RVO:61388998 Keywords : wrinkled SiGe nanofilms * terahertz radiation * terahertz gap Subject RIV: BE - Theoretical Physics http://www.scirp.org/journal/wjm,http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/wjm.2016.62003

  17. Finite temperature corrections to tachyon mass in intersecting D-branes

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    Sethi, Varun; Chowdhury, Sudipto Paul; Sarkar, Swarnendu

    2017-01-01

    We continue with the analysis of finite temperature corrections to the Tachyon mass in intersecting branes which was initiated in https://www.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP09(2014)063. In this paper we extend the computation to the case of intersecting D3 branes by considering a setup of two intersecting branes in flat-space background. A holographic model dual to BCS superconductor consisting of intersecting D8 branes in D4 brane background was proposed in https://www.doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2011.07.011. The background considered here is a simplified configuration of this dual model. We compute the one-loop Tachyon amplitude in the Yang-Mills approximation and show that the result is finite. Analyzing the amplitudes further we numerically compute the transition temperature at which the Tachyon becomes massless. The analytic expressions for the one-loop amplitudes obtained here reduce to those for intersecting D1 branes obtained in https://www.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP09(2014)063 as well as those for intersecting D2 branes.

  18. Finite temperature corrections to tachyon mass in intersecting D-branes

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    Sethi, Varun [Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi,Delhi 110007 (India); Chowdhury, Sudipto Paul [Institute of Physics, Sachivalaya Marg,Bhubaneswar 751005 (India); Sarkar, Swarnendu [Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi,Delhi 110007 (India)

    2017-04-19

    We continue with the analysis of finite temperature corrections to the Tachyon mass in intersecting branes which was initiated in https://www.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP09(2014)063. In this paper we extend the computation to the case of intersecting D3 branes by considering a setup of two intersecting branes in flat-space background. A holographic model dual to BCS superconductor consisting of intersecting D8 branes in D4 brane background was proposed in https://www.doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2011.07.011. The background considered here is a simplified configuration of this dual model. We compute the one-loop Tachyon amplitude in the Yang-Mills approximation and show that the result is finite. Analyzing the amplitudes further we numerically compute the transition temperature at which the Tachyon becomes massless. The analytic expressions for the one-loop amplitudes obtained here reduce to those for intersecting D1 branes obtained in https://www.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP09(2014)063 as well as those for intersecting D2 branes.

  19. QuakeML: Recent Development and First Applications of the Community-Created Seismological Data Exchange Standard

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    Euchner, F.; Schorlemmer, D.; Kästli, P.; Quakeml Group, T

    2008-12-01

    QuakeML is an XML-based exchange format for seismological data which is being developed using a community-driven approach. It covers basic event description, including picks, arrivals, amplitudes, magnitudes, origins, focal mechanisms, and moment tensors. Contributions have been made from ETH, GFZ, USC, SCEC, USGS, IRIS DMC, EMSC, ORFEUS, GNS, ZAMG, BRGM, and ISTI. The current release (Version 1.1, Proposed Recommendation) reflects the results of a public Request for Comments process which has been documented online at http://quakeml.org/RFC_BED_1.0. QuakeML has recently been adopted as a distribution format for earthquake catalogs by GNS Science, New Zealand, and the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC). These institutions provide prototype QuakeML web services. Furthermore, integration of the QuakeML data model in the CSEP (Collaboratory for the Study of Earthquake Predictability, http://www.cseptesting.org) testing center software developed by SCEC is under way. QuakePy is a Python- based seismicity analysis toolkit which is based on the QuakeML data model. Recently, QuakePy has been used to implement the PMC method for calculating network recording completeness (Schorlemmer and Woessner 2008, in press). Completeness results for seismic networks in Southern California and Japan can be retrieved through the CompletenessWeb (http://completenessweb.org). Future QuakeML development will include an extension for macroseismic information. Furthermore, development on seismic inventory information, resource identifiers, and resource metadata is under way. Online resources: http://www.quakeml.org, http://www.quakepy.org

  20. Transformer-4 version 2.0.1, a free multi-platform software to quickly reformat genotype matrices of any marker type, and archive them in the Demiurge information system.

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    Caujapé-Castells, Juli; Sabbagh, Izzat; Castellano, José J; Ramos, Rafael; Henríquez, Víctor; Quintana, Francisco M; Medina, Dailos A; Toledo, Javier; Ramírez, Fernando; Rodríguez, Juan F

    2013-05-01

    Transformer-4 version 2.0.1 (T4) is a multi-platform freeware programmed in java that can transform a genotype matrix in Excel or XML format into the input formats of one or several of the most commonly used population genetic software, for any possible combination of the populations that the matrix contains. T4 also allows the users to (i) draw allozyme gel interpretations for any number of diploid individuals, and then generate a genotype matrix ready to be used by T4; and (ii) produce basic reports about the data in the matrices. Furthermore, T4 is the only way to optionally submit 'genetic diversity digests' for publication in the Demiurge online information system (http://www.demiurge-project.org). Each such digest undergoes peer-review, and it consists of a geo-referenced data matrix in the tfm4 format plus any ancillary document or hyperlink that the digest authors see fit to include. The complementarity between T4 and Demiurge facilitates a free, safe, permanent, and standardized data archival and analysis system for researchers, and may also be a convenient resource for scientific journals, public administrations, or higher educators. T4 and its converters are freely available (at, respectively, http://www.demiurge-project.org/download_t4 and http://www.demiurge-project.org/converterstore) upon registration in the Demiurge information system (http://demiurge-project.org/register). Users have to click on the link provided on an account validation email, and accept Demiurge's terms of use (see http://www.demiurge-project.org/termsofuse). A thorough user's guide is available within T4. A 3-min promotional video about T4 and Demiurge can be seen at http://vimeo.com/29828406. © 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

  1. A adubação orgânica no cultivo da melancieira cv.Crimson sweet

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    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available Detentora de grande importância socioeconômica, a melancieira, pode ser cultivada, principalmente, por pequenos agricultores em função do fácil manejo e do custo de produção quando comparada a outras hortaliças. O objetivo desse trabalho foi avaliar o comportamento da cultura da melancieira em sistemas orgânicos sobre os componentes de produção e a caracterização química dos frutos. O experimento foi conduzido na Estação Experimental Agroecológica do CCHA, Campus IV da UEPB, em Catolé do Rocha. Foram avaliados os efeitos de 3 fontes de matéria orgânica e 5 dosagens de biofertilizante nos componentes de produção de melancieira. O delineamento experimental utilizado foi em blocos ao acaso, num esquema fatorial 5x3, com 4 repetições. A água para suprimento da irrigação teve como fonte um aqüífero, poço amazonas próximo ao local do experimento e o método de irrigação foi por gotejamento. As variáveis analisadas foram: Número de frutos por planta; Comprimento do fruto; Perímetro do fruto; Número de sementes por fruto; Sólidos Solúveis totais (ºBrix, (pH dos frutos, Produção por planta e Produtividade. A adubação orgânica com húmus, esterco bovino, esterco caprino e biofertilizante influenciam positivamente os componentes de produção de melancia. O esterco caprino pode substituir o esterco bovino e o húmus na adubação orgânica da melancia. A produtividade registrada para as plantas adubadas organicamente independentemente da fonte é compatível ao representado em cultivo convencional.

  2. Interacción de pesticidas orgánicos con sistemas modelo de los componentes del suelo

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    Iglesias González, Ana Cristina

    2005-01-01

    En los últimos años los pesticidas orgánicos se han convertido en los compuestos más utilizados en los procesos de producción de la agricultura moderna. Junto con la adopción de diversas mejoras, como son la aplicación de fertilizantes sintéticos, que incrementan el suministro de nutrientes, mejoras en los sistemas de riego y la utilización de maquinaria moderna, el uso de pesticidas orgánicos sintéticos ha sido acreditado como uno de los principales contribuyentes a la modernización de la pr...

  3. Radiosynthesis and radiopharmacological evaluation of [N-methyl-11C]Org 34850 as a glucocorticoid receptor (GR)-binding radiotracer

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    Wuest, Frank; Kniess, Torsten; Henry, Brian; Peeters, Bernardus W.M.M.; Wiegerinck, Peter H.G.; Pietzsch, Jens; Bergmann, Ralf

    2009-01-01

    The radiosynthesis of [N-methyl- 11 C]Org 34850 as a potential brain glucocorticoid receptor (GR)-binding radiotracer is described. The radiosynthesis was accomplished via N-methylation of the corresponding desmethyl precursor with [ 11 C]methyl triflate in a remotely controlled synthesis module to give the desired compound in a radiochemical yield of 23±5% (decay-corrected, based upon [ 11 C]CO 2 ) at a specific activity of 47±12 GBq/μmol (n=15) at the end-of-synthesis (EOS). The radiochemical purity after semi-preparative HPLC purification exceeded 95%. The total synthesis time was 35-40 min after end-of-bombardment (EOB). The radiotracer is rapidly metabolized in rat plasma leading to the formation of two more hydrophilic metabolites as the major metabolites. Radiopharmacological evaluation involving biodistribution and small animal PET imaging in normal Wistar rats showed that the compound [N-methyl- 11 C]Org 34850 is not able to sufficiently penetrate the blood-brain barrier. Therefore, compound [N-methyl- 11 C]Org 34850 seems not to be a suitable PET radiotracer for imaging rat brain GRs. However, involvement of Pgp or species differences requires further clarification to establish whether the radiotracer [N-methyl- 11 C]Org 34850 may still represent a suitable candidate for imaging GRs in humans

  4. Radiosynthesis and radiopharmacological evaluation of [N-methyl-11C]Org 34850 as a glucocorticoid receptor (GR)-binding radiotracer.

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    Wuest, Frank; Kniess, Torsten; Henry, Brian; Peeters, Bernardus W M M; Wiegerinck, Peter H G; Pietzsch, Jens; Bergmann, Ralf

    2009-02-01

    The radiosynthesis of [N-methyl-(11)C]Org 34850 as a potential brain glucocorticoid receptor (GR)-binding radiotracer is described. The radiosynthesis was accomplished via N-methylation of the corresponding desmethyl precursor with [(11)C]methyl triflate in a remotely controlled synthesis module to give the desired compound in a radiochemical yield of 23+/-5% (decay-corrected, based upon [(11)C]CO(2)) at a specific activity of 47+/-12 GBq/micromol (n=15) at the end-of-synthesis (EOS). The radiochemical purity after semi-preparative HPLC purification exceeded 95%. The total synthesis time was 35-40 min after end-of-bombardment (EOB). The radiotracer is rapidly metabolized in rat plasma leading to the formation of two more hydrophilic metabolites as the major metabolites. Radiopharmacological evaluation involving biodistribution and small animal PET imaging in normal Wistar rats showed that the compound [N-methyl-(11)C]Org 34850 is not able to sufficiently penetrate the blood-brain barrier. Therefore, compound [N-methyl-(11)C]Org 34850 seems not to be a suitable PET radiotracer for imaging rat brain GRs. However, involvement of Pgp or species differences requires further clarification to establish whether the radiotracer [N-methyl-(11)C]Org 34850 may still represent a suitable candidate for imaging GRs in humans.

  5. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/og.v13i 1.15

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    Dean SPGS NAU

    http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/og.v13i 1.15. Abstract. In Nigeria, there are three main religions recognised by the people;. Christianity, Islam and the Indigenous religion. These religions have differences that have brought about unrest as the tolerance level has got to a point of polarity. The various unrests have led to national.

  6. Online and in-person networking among women in the Earth Sciences Women's Network at www.ESWNonline.org

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    Kontak, R.; Adams, A. S.; De Boer, A. M.; Hastings, M. G.; Holloway, T.; Marin-Spiotta, E.; Steiner, A. L.; Wiedinmyer, C.

    2012-12-01

    The Earth Science Women's Network is an international peer-mentoring network of women in the Earth Sciences, many of whom are in the early stages of their careers. Membership is free and has grown through "word of mouth," and includes upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, professionals in a range of environmental fields, scientists working in public and private institutions. Our mission is to promote career development, build community, provide informal mentoring and support, and facilitate professional collaborations. Since 2002 we have accomplished this trough online networking, including over email and a listserv, on facebook, in-person networking events, and professional development workshops. Now in our 10th year, ESWN is debuting a new web-center that creates an online space exclusively for women in any discipline of the Earth (including planetary) sciences. ESWN members can connect and create an online community of support and encouragement for themselves as women in a demanding career. Many women in Earth Science fields feel isolated and are often the only woman in their department or work environments. ESWN is a place to meet others, discuss issues faced in creating work-life balance and professional success and share best practices through peer mentoring. Now on ESWN's new web-center, members can create and personalize their profiles and search for others in their field, nearby, or with similar interests. Online discussions in the members-only area can also be searched. Members can create groups for discussion or collaboration, with document sharing and password protection. Publicly, we can share gained knowledge with a broader audience, like lessons learned at our professional development workshops and collected recommendations from members. The new web center allows for more connectivity among other online platforms used by our members, including linked-in, facebook, and twitter. Built in Wordpress with a Buddpress members-only section, the new ESWN website is supported by AGU and a NSF ADVANCE grant.;

  7. Dynamic ranking with n + 1 dimensional vector space models: An alternative search mechanism for world wide web

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    Lakshminarayana, S.

    and identifying the topics will be a short come (http://www9.org/w9cdrom/368/368.html). Experiments found that search engine access less than 16% of information available over the net (http://www.math.tau.ac.il/~fiat/ smarty.ps). In addition a polysemy...

  8. Headaches: Reduce Stress to Prevent the Pain

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    ... 275773138. Accessed May 18, 2015. Stress tip sheet. American Psychological Association. http://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/2007/10/stress-tips.aspx . Accessed June 18, 2015. Your guide to healthy sleep. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/public/ ...

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    The top quark mass is measured in the t¯t→dileptonchannel (lepton=e, μ) using ATLAS data recorded in the year 2012 at the LHC. The data were taken at a proton–proton centre-of-mass energy of √s=8TeVand correspond to an integrated luminosity of about 20.2fb-1. Exploiting the template method, and using the distribution of invariant masses of lepton–b-jetpairs, the top quark mass is measured to be mtop=172.99 ±0.41(stat)±0.74(syst)GeV, with a total uncertainty of 0.84GeV. Finally, acombination with previous ATLAS mtopmeasurements from √s=7TeVdata in the t¯t→dileptonand t¯t→lepton+jetschannels results in mtop=172.84 ±0.34(stat)±0.61(syst)GeV, with a total uncertainty of 0.70GeV.

  10. fertilizantes orgánicos y su clasificación arancelaria

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    Evangelina Méndez Encalada

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo se realizó un estudio de la posición arancelaria de los Fertilizantes o Abonos Orgánicos en el Ecuador y su incidencia en el Comercio Exterior. El estudio permitió comprobar que no existe un desdoblamiento arancelario que facilite la identificación de los tipos de abonos importados desde nuestro país y exportados hacia distintas partes del mundo, ya que el Sistema Armonizado que se utiliza actualmente, no hace una distinción entre los abonos orgánicos animales y los vegetales. Se consideró una Ficha Técnica elaborada como parte de las actividades del Proyecto de Investigación IC-ULVRG-12-l0 "GuÍA PARA EXPORTAR ABONO ORGÁNICO HACIA LOS PRINCIPALES MERCADOS DE ESTADOS UNIDOS, EUROPA Y SUDAMÉRICA" e información sobre Clasificación Arancelaria que se registra en la Organización Mundial de Aduanas OMA. La presente revisión tiene como propósito dar a conocer la importancia del análisis técnico del producto y la interpretación el Sistema Armonizado al momento de asignar una Partida Arancelaria al mismo, especialmente cuando la Codificación Arancelaria de los Productos es la base para facilitar el comercio exterior y elaborar estadísticas del mismo.

  11. ExplorEnz: the primary source of the IUBMB enzyme list

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    McDonald, Andrew G.; Boyce, Sinéad; Tipton, Keith F.

    2009-01-01

    ExplorEnz is the MySQL database that is used for the curation and dissemination of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) Enzyme Nomenclature. A simple web-based query interface is provided, along with an advanced search engine for more complex Boolean queries. The WWW front-end is accessible at http://www.enzyme-database.org, from where downloads of the database as SQL and XML are also available. An associated form-based curatorial application has been developed to facilitate the curation of enzyme data as well as the internal and public review processes that occur before an enzyme entry is made official. Suggestions for new enzyme entries, or modifications to existing ones, can be made using the forms provided at http://www.enzyme-database.org/forms.php. PMID:18776214

  12. Bibenligne

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    Véronique Ginouvès

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available La rubrique Bibenligne propose une sélection de sites web qui concerne le champ couvert par la remmm et présente un intérêt scientifique ou documentaire. Cette rubrique est alimentée par les concepteurs et rédacteurs du site Bibenligne, sélection raisonnée de catalogues de bibliothèques et de centres documentaires en sciences humaines et sociales. http://www.bibenligne.org Avalon project - Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy http://www.bibenligne.org/index5662.html Le projet « Avalon » ...

  13. Influencing the future of AGU

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    McPhaden, Michael; Finn, Carol; McEntee, Chris

    2012-01-01

    Steve Jobs, visionary cofounder of Apple, Inc., once said, “Everyone here has the sense that right now is one of those moments when we are influencing the future.” This statement aptly describes AGU at this time as the Board of Directors and the Council continue to influence the future in exciting ways by advancing our strategic plan (http://www.agu.org/about/mission.shtml). Both governing bodies held meetings in San Francisco immediately preceding the 2011 AGU Fall Meeting. The agendas for both meetings, along with the key outcomes, are posted on AGU's Web site (http://www.agu.org/about/governance/).

  14. Equivalent equations of motion for gravity and entropy

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    Czech, Bartłomiej; Lamprou, Lampros; McCandlish, Samuel; Mosk, Benjamin; Sully, James

    2017-01-01

    We demonstrate an equivalence between the wave equation obeyed by the entanglement entropy of CFT subregions and the linearized bulk Einstein equation in Anti-de Sitter space. In doing so, we make use of the formalism of kinematic space https://www.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP10(2015)175 and fields on this space, introduced in https://www.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP07(2016)129. We show that the gravitational dynamics are equivalent to a gauge invariant wave-equation on kinematic space and that this equation arises in natural correspondence to the conformal Casimir equation in the CFT.

  15. Role of Smart Grids in Integrating Renewable Energy

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    Speer, B. [National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Golden, CO (United States); Miller, M. [National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Golden, CO (United States); Schaffer, W. [Salzburg AG (Austria); Gueran, L. [Fichtner IT Consulting AG, Stutgartt (Germany); Reuter, A. [Fichtner IT Consulting AG, Stutgartt (Germany); Jang, B. [Korea Smart Grid Inst., Seoul (Korea); Widegren, K. [Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate, Eskilstuna (Sweden)

    2015-05-27

    This report was prepared for the International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN), which periodically publishes briefs and discussion papers on key topics of smart grid development globally. The topic of this report was selected by a multilateral group of national experts participating in ISGAN Annex 4, a working group that aims to produce synthesis insights for decision makers. This report is an update of a 2012 ISGAN Annex 4 report entitled “Smart Grid Contributions to Variable Renewable Resource Integration.” That report and other past publications of ISGAN Annexes can be found at www.iea-isgan.org and at www.cleanenergysolutions.org.

  16. Mitigating Corruption in Government Security Forces: The Role of Institutions, Incentives, and Personnel Management in Mexico

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    Yes No Guanajuato 8.6 6.4 5 20 No No Nuevo León 8.6 5.8 5 19 Yes No Sonora 8.6 6.3 7 25 Yes No Jalisco 8.5 6.1 4 15 No No Tabasco 8.5 5.3 5 21 No No...http://www.inegi.org.mx/est/contenidos/ Proyectos /Encuestas/Hogares/regulares/Enigh/Enigh2000/ default.aspx ———, Encuesta Nacional de Ingreso y...Gasto de los Hogares [National Survey of Household Income and Expenditure], 2002. As of April 18, 2011: http://www.inegi.org.mx/est/contenidos/ Proyectos

  17. Resultado de la encuesta sobre el diseño de REDVET

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    El mes de enero publicamos REDVET en dos diseños diferentes 1) El simple habitual (HTML normal) en http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet y 2) El HTML con marcos en http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet/index2.html y os hemos dado la opción de votar por la opción 1) la opción 2) o la opción 3 (si es indiferente) a la vez de poder comentar en el motivo de la opción escogida. Con las respuestas númericas (sin argumentar) a través de la encuesta online desde l...

  18. Mineralização de nitrogênio em latossolos adubados com resíduos orgânicos

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    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available A taxa de mineralização do nitrogênio (N varia de um resíduo orgânico para outro, evidenciando-se dependente da sua composição química e interação do material orgânico com o solo. Este estudo foi realizado com o objetivo de avaliar a dinâmica de mineralização de N de resíduos orgânicos incubados em Latossolos. O experimento foi conduzido no período de julho de 2007 a abril de 2008, sendo incubadas amostras de estercos, lodos, compostos, substrato e turfa em areia lavada, Latossolo Vermelho-Amarelo (LVA e Latossolo Vermelho distroférrico (LVdf, com 240 e 670 g kg-1 de argila, respectivamente. O N mineralizado foi avaliado medindo-se os teores de N-NH4+ e N-NO3- em lixiviados coletados aos 15, 30, 45, 60, 75, 90, 120, 150, 180, 210, 240 e 270 dias de incubação. A mineralização de N ocorreu a maiores taxas nos períodos iniciais de incubação. O N mineralizado (33 a 199,2 mg kg-1 após 270 dias de incubação é regulado pelos teores de N total e de carbono solúvel em água dos resíduos orgânicos. Independentemente do meio utilizado para incubação, os estercos de galinha e de codorna propiciaram os maiores teores de N mineralizado nos Latossolos. À exceção dos estercos de galinha e codorna, há imobilização líquida de N no LVA; mineralização líquida de N é verificada no LVdf, para todos os resíduos orgânicos. Em relação às formas de N disponibilizadas pelos resíduos, predomina o N-nitrato, sendo a proporção N-nítrico/N-amoniacal dependente da mistura solo-resíduo estudada.

  19. Mineralización de los fertilizantes orgánicos, sirle y turba.

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    Reverte Navarro, Pablo; Costa Yagüe, Francisco

    1980-01-01

    En el trabajo que se ha llevado a cabo nos ha interesado conocer algunos aspectos del comportamiento de dos tipos de fertilizantes orgánicos, sirle y turba, cuando sufren un período de descomposición en el suelo. Para intentar cumplir los fines propuestos en esta experiencia, se han realizado diversas determinaciones químicas y microbiológicas.

  20. 2002年召开的部分国际地学会议

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    2002-01-01

    @@时 间 会  议  名  称 地 点 网址(http://)或E-mail 3月4~7日 人为影响渗漏和地下水中的地球化学过程与长期 作用国际会议 不莱梅 (德国) www:geochemie.uni-bremen.del 3月4~8日 第33届月球与行星科学会议 休斯顿 (美国) perry@lpi.usra.edu 3月10~13日 4月7~10日 美国石油地质学家协会年会 休斯顿 (美国) www.aapg.org 3月11~13日 第4届中东地球科学展览会议 伦敦 (英国) pmckean@ montnet.com 3月19~22日 第19届非洲地质学讨论会 杰迪代 (摩洛哥) www.ucd.ac.ma/geologie/cag 19.html 3月20~23日 第6届石油与天然气勘探、生产与加工技术展览会 Pattaya (泰国) pmckean@ montnet.com 3月20~27日 国家地球科学教师协会年会与展览会 圣迭戈 (美国) fireton@kesmos.agu.org 3月23~27日 干旱区水资源管理国际会议 科威特 mrashed@kisr.ed.kw 3月24~27日 古代与现代海岸平原资源环境会议--含水层非均质性与环境含义 查尔斯顿 (美国) mary.harris@srs.gov 3月25~29日 国际地下水讨论会--非均质-介质中的测量与模拟 旧金山 (美国) anfindk@bechtel.com 4月14~16日 经济地质学家学会全球研究2000年会 --发现的综合方法会议 丹佛 (美国) www.seg2002.org 4月14~26日 第15届层理岩地质会议 圣克鲁斯 (阿根廷) www.Cenpat.edu.ary xvcga 4月24~26日 第3届管理信息系统、GIS 和遥感国际会议 南安普敦 www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/2002/mis02 5月 培雷火山喷发100周年研讨会   www.iavcei.org/ 5月6~8日 第9届计算机技术在环境研究中的发展与应用 皋尔根 (挪威) www.wessex.ac.uu/conferency 2002/env02 5月5~10日 沉积与水文之间相互作用国际研讨会 班夫 (加拿大) iasws@unbc.ca 5月12~17日 平衡地下水预算国际研讨会 达尔文 (澳大利亚) www.1octa4.net.au/iahnt/conference.htm 5月12~17日 短期野外会议:德国中部的第四纪 魏 玛 (德国) www/qra.org

  1. Study of dynamics, sources and speciation of trace elements in the Orge River watershed (Essonne, France)

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    Le Pape, Pierre

    2012-01-01

    The aim of this work is to study the dynamics of trace elements (TE) in the water column of the Orge River. In the upstream part of the watershed, land uses consist mainly in forests and agricultural soils, whereas downstream, the population density reaches up to 8,000 inh. km"-"2, in the suburbs of Paris Mega-city. The sampling sites were chosen to describe a gradation in urbanization influence from up to downstream in this particularly contrasted catchment. Four sampling campaigns were performed at seven selected sites along the Orge River during an hydrological year (2010/2011). The spatio-temporal monitoring of the concentrations in the dissolved phase ( [fr

  2. FERREIRA, Maria Alice Araújo; SOUZA, Germana Henriques Pereira de; GOROVITZ, Sabine (Org. Ensaios de Teoria e Prática de Tradução. A tradução na sala de aula. (Org.. Brasília: Editora da UnB, 2014. 219 p.

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    Marie Hélène C. Torres

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-7968.2014v2n34p294 Ensaios de Teoria e Prática de Tradução. A tradução na sala de aula. Maria Alice Araújo Ferreira, Germana Henriques Pereira de Souza e Sabine Gorovitz (Org., Brasília: Editora da UnB, 2014. 219 p.

  3. FERREIRA, Maria Alice Araújo; SOUZA, Germana Henriques Pereira de; GOROVITZ, Sabine (Org.) Ensaios de Teoria e Prática de Tradução. A tradução na sala de aula. (Org.). Brasília: Editora da UnB, 2014. 219 p.

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    Torres, Marie Hélène C.

    2014-01-01

    http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-7968.2014v2n34p294 Ensaios de Teoria e Prática de Tradução. A tradução na sala de aula. Maria Alice Araújo Ferreira, Germana Henriques Pereira de Souza e Sabine Gorovitz (Org.), Brasília: Editora da UnB, 2014. 219 p.

  4. 76 FR 68809 - WTO Dispute Settlement Proceeding Regarding United States-Anti-Dumping Measures on Certain Shrimp...

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    2011-11-07

    ... Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (``WTO Agreement''). That request may be found at www... of the Appellate Body, will be available on the Web site of the World Trade Organization, www.wto.org... OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE [Dispute No. WTO/DS422] WTO Dispute Settlement...

  5. Rapid Reaction Peacekeeping Under a Blue Flag: A Viable Response to Today’s Global Environment

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    2002-05-14

    Plutarch , On the Fortunes of Alexander. As cited in Martha Nussbaum. Partriotism and Cosmopolitanism, available from www.phil.uga.edu/faculty/wolf/nussbaum1...Challenges for the 21st Century. United Nations Foundation. http://www.unfoundation.org/programs/humanitarian/challenges_pshr.asp. 3/25/02 Plutarch , On the

  6. 78 FR 76317 - Llano Seco Riparian Sanctuary Unit Restoration and Pumping Plant/Fish Screen Facility Protection...

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    2013-12-17

    ...-FF08RSRC00] Llano Seco Riparian Sanctuary Unit Restoration and Pumping Plant/ Fish Screen Facility Protection... and Wildlife (CDFW), announce that the record of decision (ROD) for the Llano Seco Riparian Sanctuary...: www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento river/ and http://www.riverpartners.org/where-we-work/sanctuary...

  7. 76 FR 65773 - Petition for Waiver of the Terms of the Order Limiting Scheduled Operations at LaGuardia Airport...

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    2011-10-24

    ... respective airport. Eligible participating carriers also may not be subsidiaries, either partially or wholly... post a running tally of bids for each slot bundle at http://www.faa.gov/about/office_org/headquarters.../office_org/headquarters_offices/agc/ReAllocation . The FAA also will post all other bid information with...

  8. Transplantace orgánů - etické a právní aspekty

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    Doležal, Adam

    2014-01-01

    Roč. 4, č. 1 (2014), s. 30-47 ISSN 1804-8137 Keywords : transplantation * bioethics * human dignity Subject RIV: AG - Legal Sciences http://www.ilaw.cas.cz/medlawjournal/index.php/medlawjournal/article/view/63/69

  9. A translational approach to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the novel AMPA receptor positive allosteric modulator org 26576 in adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

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    Adler, Lenard A; Kroon, René A; Stein, Mark; Shahid, Mohammed; Tarazi, Frank I; Szegedi, Armin; Schipper, Jacques; Cazorla, Pilar

    2012-12-01

    It has been posited that glutamate dysregulation contributes to the pathophysiology of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Modulation of glutamate neurotransmission may provide alternative therapeutic options. The novel 2-amino-3-(5-methyl-3-oxo-1,2-oxazol-4-yl)propanoic acid receptor positive allosteric modulator Org 26576 was investigated with a translational approach including preclinical and clinical testing. Neonatal rat 6-hydroxydopamine lesion-induced hyperactivity was used as preclinical model. Seventy-eight ADHD adults entered a multicenter, double-blind, placebo-controlled, two-period crossover trial. After 1 week placebo lead-in, 67 subjects were randomized into one of four treatment sequences: sequence A (n = 15) Org 26576 (100 mg b.i.d.) for 3 weeks, followed by a 2-week placebo crossover and 3 weeks placebo; sequence B (n = 16) 5 weeks placebo followed by 3 weeks Org 26576 (100 mg b.i.d.); sequence C (n = 18) Org 26576 flexible dose (100-300 mg b.i.d.) for 3 weeks, then 5 weeks placebo; sequence D (n = 18) 5 weeks placebo followed by 3 weeks Org 26576 (100-300 mg b.i.d.). The Adult ADHD Investigator Symptom Rating Scale was used to assess changes in ADHD symptomatology. Org 26576 (1, 3, 10 mg/kg intraperitoneal) produced dose-dependent inhibition of locomotor hyperactivity in 6-hydroxydopamine-lesioned rats. Org 26576 (100 mg b.i.d.) was superior to placebo in treating symptoms of adult ADHD subjects. The primary Adult ADHD Investigator Symptom Rating Scale results were supported by some secondary analyses. However, Org 26576 (100-300 mg b.i.d.) did not confirm these results. Most frequently reported adverse events were nausea, dizziness, and headache. These preclinical and clinical findings suggest that Org 25676 may have utility in the treatment of ADHD. Copyright © 2012 Society of Biological Psychiatry. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  10. Fauna de Campopleginae (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) em hortas orgânicas em Araraquara e São Carlos, SP, Brasil

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    Sandonato, Diogo Loibel; Onody, Helena Carolina; Penteado-Dias, Angélica Maria

    2010-01-01

    Fauna de Campopleginae (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) em hortas orgânicas em Araraquara e São Carlos, SP, Brasil. De março de 2006 a fevereiro 2007 foram realizadas doze amostragens utilizando armadilhas Malaise em cada uma das três áreas de cultivos orgânicos estudadas. Um total de 1773 espécimes foram identificados em dez gêneros de Campopleginae: Campoctonus Viereck, 1912, Campoletis Föster, 1869, Casinaria Holmgren, 1859, Charops Holmgren, 1859, Cryptophion Viereck, 1913, Diadegma Föster, 1...

  11. Procedimiento de obtención de nanopartículas metálicas funcionalizadas con moléculas orgánicas fluorescentes

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    Zaderenko, Paula; Caro Salazar, Carlos Alberto; Mejías Romero, José Antonio; Sayagués, María Jesús

    2011-01-01

    Procedimiento de obtención de nanopartículas metálicas funcionalizadas con moléculas orgánicas fluorescentes. La presente invención se refiere a un procedimiento de obtención de nanopartículas metálicas funcionalizadas con moléculas orgánicas fluorescentes mediante el tratamiento de una o más sales metálicas con un agente reductor en presencia de una molécula orgánica fluorescente. La invención se refiere también a las nanopartículas metálicas obtenibles por dicho procedimiento y a su uso ...

  12. Print, Web, And Podcast Tov Public Outreach

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    Pasachoff, Jay M.

    2012-10-01

    As part of alerting the general public to the subtly spectacular transit of Venus as an intellectual marvel not available to us from Earth until AD 2117/2125, in addition to our scientific plans (Pasachoff et al., this meeting), I provided: (1) an article in the children's magazine Odyssey (May/June 2011); (2) a discussion in National Geographic Society's BreakingOrbit blog (March 1, 2011); (3) and a year's advance notice as "June 5: Transit of Venus," 365daysofastronomy.org. (4) Nantes DPS: I participated in "Transits of Venus in Public Education and Contemporary Research" (http://transitofvenus.nl/wp/2011/10/16/four-giants-talk-about-transits). (5) 22-minute lecture on the Phi Beta Kappa website: http://www.pbk.org/home/playpodcast.aspx?id=772. (6) E/PO summary at Historical Astronomy Division News, #79, October. Closer to the event, I had a (7) Comment in Nature ("Transit of Venus: Last Chance to See," Nature 485, 303-304) and (8, 9) articles in Physics World, 25, 36-41; and Scientific American, http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=transit-venus-june-5). The day before the transit, (10) I had a radio/podcast Academic Minute (http://www.wamc.org/post/dr-jay-pasachoff-williams-college). (11) On transit day, I had an Op-Ed piece in The New York Times ("Learning from Celestial Beauty," http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/05/opinion/learning-from-celestial-beauty.html) that was seen by largely a non-scientific audience. Subsequently, (12) I gave a Keck-Observatory-sponsored Waimea general-public lecture (http://keckobservatory.org/news/video_venus_transits_past_present_future), and (13) an invited public lecture at the AAS meeting in Anchorage (http://aas.org/meetings/aas220/video_session_127). I had a podcast on (14) 365daysofastronomy.org (June 29). (15) My article for Sky & Telescope appeared in its October issue. (16) My editorial "Syzygy x 3" will be in RASC Observer's Handbook 2013. (16) These efforts as well as links to history and science of transits

  13. Qualidade de laranjas 'Valência' produzidas sob sistemas de cultivo orgânico e convencional

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    Henrique Belmonte Petry

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar características qualitativas de laranjas 'Valência' (Citrus sinensis (L. Osb. produzidas em dois pomares experimentais: um cultivado sob sistema orgânico e outro sob sistema convencional. Os pomares foram instalados no município de Montenegro - RS, em julho de 2001, em espaçamento de 2,5 m x 5,0 m, cada um possuindo uma área de 0,25 ha. A qualidade dos frutos foi determinada de 2005 a 2010 a partir de cinco amostras por tratamento em cada ano. Amostras de frutos colhidos aleatoriamente de cinco plantas foram analisadas para massa média dos frutos (MMF, o teor de suco (Ts, o teor de sólidos solúveis totais (SST, a acidez total titulável (ATT e a relação SST/ATT. No ano de 2010, também foram determinados o teor de ácido ascórbico (vitamina C no suco e a coloração da casca. No sistema de produção convencional, o manejo é realizado através da utilização de adubos minerais, calcário dolomítico, herbicidas, fungicidas e inseticidas. Já no sistema orgânico de produção, foi aplicado composto orgânico, biofertilizante líquido, caldas bordalesa e sulfocálcica, e a cobertura do solo foi mantida com vegetação espontânea, que recebeu, no inverno, aveia e ervilhaca e, no verão, feijão-miúdo. Não foram identificadas diferenças nas características qualitativas entre os frutos de ambos os pomares, exceto para o teor de SST, que foi maior, em média, nos frutos do pomar convencional. Os frutos do sistema convencional também apresentaram maior teor de vitamina C e coloração da casca mais intensa na comparação dos frutos provenientes do sistema orgânico.

  14. Análise sensorial de diferentes marcas comerciais de café (Coffea arabica L.) orgânico

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    Silva,Aline Fonseca da; Minim,Valéria Paula Rodrigues; Ribeiro,Milene Moreira

    2005-01-01

    Produtos orgânicos são polêmicos quanto a sua qualidade sensorial. Neste estudo foi realizado um teste de aceitação em relação a um conjunto de atributos: cor, aroma, sabor e impressão global, no qual sessenta e seis consumidores avaliaram quatro amostras de café orgânico e uma amostra de café convencional de quatro diferentes marcas comerciais. Para a realização desse teste utilizou-se uma escala hedônica de nove pontos e os resultados obtidos foram avaliados por meio de Mapa de Preferência ...

  15. Miller Fisher Syndrome

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    ... more information, write to the GBS/CIDP Foundation International The Holly Building 104 1 / 2 Forrest Avenue, Narberth PA 19072 or call 1-886-224-3301 (610) 667-0131 Fax (610) 667-7036 www.gbs-cidp.org email: info@gbs-cidp.org Your tax deductible contribution to help us help others will ...

  16. A pervasive assistant for nursing and doctoral staff

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    Dingli, Alexiei; Abela, Charlie; 18th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2008)

    2008-01-01

    This work was carried out within the PINATA project, funded by the Malta Council for Science and Technology (http://www.mcst.org.mt) and done in collaboration with St.James Hospital Malta (http://stjameshospital.com). The project was also supported by the Ministry of Technology (http://www.miti.gov.mt).

  17. Aula virtual como estrategia para el aprendizaje de la Química Orgánica

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    Alexander Castillo

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available El propósito fue describir la experiencia de aplicar el aula virtual como estrategia para el aprendizaje de la Química Orgánica. Teóricamente se basa en Scagnoli (2000, fundamentada en la metodología cualitativa, tipo sistematización de experiencias; los actores fueron 43 estudiantes de la asignatura Química Orgánica I de la Facultad de Humanidades y Educación de la Universidad del Zulia. Se utilizó la observación, sesiones en profundidad y la lista de cotejo. Los estudiantes demostraron interés en las TIC para comprender los contenidos de la asignatura. Se concluye que el aula virtual favorece el autoaprendizaje electrónico, incentiva el aprendizaje y la gestión del conocimiento.

  18. DNATCO: assignment of DNA conformers at dnatco.org.

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    Černý, Jiří; Božíková, Paulína; Schneider, Bohdan

    2016-07-08

    The web service DNATCO (dnatco.org) classifies local conformations of DNA molecules beyond their traditional sorting to A, B and Z DNA forms. DNATCO provides an interface to robust algorithms assigning conformation classes called NTC: to dinucleotides extracted from DNA-containing structures uploaded in PDB format version 3.1 or above. The assigned dinucleotide NTC: classes are further grouped into DNA structural alphabet NTA: , to the best of our knowledge the first DNA structural alphabet. The results are presented at two levels: in the form of user friendly visualization and analysis of the assignment, and in the form of a downloadable, more detailed table for further analysis offline. The website is free and open to all users and there is no login requirement. © The Author(s) 2016. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids Research.

  19. El Mercado Europeo de Productos Orgánicos de Comercio Justo

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    Garibay, Salvador; Richter, Toralf

    2005-01-01

    Los países centroamericanos son importantes productores de productos orgánicos. Su base de exportaciones, sin embargo, es altamente dependiente de un número limitado de productos (café, cacao, banano, azúcar) lo que atenta contra la sostenibilidad del sector exportador. Por lo tanto, hay una urgente necesidad de diversificar la base de exportaciones y de desarrollar mercados nacionales y regionales, los cuales están creciendo continuamente y tienen un gran potencial. El propósito de este repo...

  20. La producción de leche orgánica en la región Puno: una alternativa de desarrollo sostenible

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    Saúl Olarte Calsina

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available El consumo de productos orgánicos viene creciendo en todo el mundo y la leche orgánica no es la excepción. En Puno, por sus características geográficas, culturales e históricas, la producción agropecuaria aún mantiene tecnologías de producción ancestrales, buscando el equilibrio con el medio ambiente, con un uso mínimo de fertilizantes y pesticidas, con lo que se muestra un enfoque en la sostenibilidad y una tendencia a producir orgánicamente. El objetivo de este trabajo fue determinar mediante una simulación la viabilidad económica y el riesgo de producir leche orgánica como una alternativa de desarrollo sostenible. Se consideró la producción por encima de los 3.000 metros de altura, área de 6,5 has, una vaca (criolla por hectárea produciendo 10 litros de leche/día. Los indicadores económicos resultaron positivos: el VAN fue S/. 2.916,38, TIR 24%, VAE S/. 866,33, ratio B/C S/. 1,48 (se aclaro en la metodología y el período de recuperación de la inversión resultó de 5,88 años, evidenciando que la producción de leche orgánica es económicamente viable pero con riesgo elevado: la simulación de Monte Carlo mostró que existe 71,43% de probabilidad de no resultar viable.

  1. Internet enlightens; Internet eclaire

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    Figueiredo, S. [Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire - IRSN, 92 - Clamart (France)

    2011-01-15

    This section gathers a selection of Internet links to online articles dealing with radiation protection issues. Below are the titles of the papers with their web site source: 1 - A mission of the European Commission verifies the proper enforcement by France of the EURATOM treaty dispositions relative to the control of radioactivity in the vicinity of uranium mines (http://www.asn.fr); 2 - tritium contamination at Saint-Maur-des-Fosses: new results from measurements performed by IRSN in the environment; 3 - status of radioactivity monitoring in French Polynesia in 2009 (http://www.irsn.fr); 4 - study of mortality and cancers impact near the Aube facility for low- and medium-activity waste storage (http://www.invs.sante.fr); 5 - Marcel Jurien de la Graviere appointed president of the guidance committee of the defense nuclear expertise of the Institute of radiation protection and nuclear safety (IRSN) (http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr); 6 - radiation protection 163: 'Childhood Leukaemia - Mechanisms and Causes'; 7- Radiation Protection 164: Radioactive effluents from nuclear power stations and nuclear fuel reprocessing sites in the European Union, 2004-08; 8 - Radiation Protection 165: Medical Effectiveness of Iodine Prophylaxis in a Nuclear Reactor Emergency Situation and Overview of European Practices Protection (http://ec.europa.eu); 9 - Report RIFE 15: Radioactivity in Food and the Environment - RIFE (SEPA - Scottish Environment Protection Agency, http://www.sepa.org.uk); 10 - HPA response statement: Advisory Group on Ionising Radiation's report on circulatory disease risk (HPA - Health Protection Agency, http://www.hpa.org.uk); 11 - launching of the national database for the voluntary registering of (quasi) incidents (AFCN - Federal agency of nuclear control, http://www.fanc.fgov.be); 12 - Radiation dose optimization in nuclear medicine (IAEA RPOP - Radiation Protection Of Patients, http://rpop.iaea.org); 13 - The government of Canada finances

  2. PyNEST: a convenient interface to the NEST simulator

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    Jochen M Eppler

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available The neural simulation tool NEST (http://www.nest-initiative.org is a simulator for heterogeneous networks of point neurons or neurons with a small number of compartments. It aims at simulations of large neural systems with more than 10^4 neurons and 10^7 to 10^9 synapses. NEST is implemented in C++ and can be used on a large range of architectures from single-core laptops over multi-core desktop computers to super-computers with thousands of processor cores. Python (http://www.python.org is a modern programming language that has recently received considerable attention in Computational Neuroscience. Python is easy to learn and has many extension modules for scientific computing (e.g. http://www.scipy.org. In this contribution we describe PyNEST, the new user interface to NEST. PyNEST combines NEST’s efficient simulation kernel with the simplicity and flexibility of Python. Compared to NEST’s native simulation language SLI, PyNEST makes it easier to set up simulations, generate stimuli, and analyze simulation results. We describe how PyNEST connects NEST and Python and how it is implemented. With a number of examples, we illustrate how it is used.

  3. Precomposteo de residuos orgánicos y su efecto en la dinámica poblacional de Einsenia foetida

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    Acosta-Durán, Carlos Manuel; Solís-Pérez, Ofelia; Villegas-Torres, Oscar Gabriel; Cardoso-Vigueros, Lina

    2013-01-01

    El compostaje y el vermicompostaje son técnicas que se utilizan para transformar los residuos sólidos orgánicos en abonos orgánicos (composta y vermicomposta, respectivamente) cuyas características físicas, químicas y biológicas inciden directamente en el mejoramiento del suelo y en el crecimiento de las plantas; sin embargo, durante el proceso, se liberan desechos que agreden al ambiente. El sustrato utilizado para alimentar a las lombrices debe pasar por un periodo previo de compostaje, con...

  4. TheCellMap.org: A Web-Accessible Database for Visualizing and Mining the Global Yeast Genetic Interaction Network.

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    Usaj, Matej; Tan, Yizhao; Wang, Wen; VanderSluis, Benjamin; Zou, Albert; Myers, Chad L; Costanzo, Michael; Andrews, Brenda; Boone, Charles

    2017-05-05

    Providing access to quantitative genomic data is key to ensure large-scale data validation and promote new discoveries. TheCellMap.org serves as a central repository for storing and analyzing quantitative genetic interaction data produced by genome-scale Synthetic Genetic Array (SGA) experiments with the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae In particular, TheCellMap.org allows users to easily access, visualize, explore, and functionally annotate genetic interactions, or to extract and reorganize subnetworks, using data-driven network layouts in an intuitive and interactive manner. Copyright © 2017 Usaj et al.

  5. Contribuição de correctivos orgânicos para a nutrição azotada da batateira

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    Rodrigues, M.A.; Coutinho, João

    1999-01-01

    Os estrumes são os fertilizantes mais do agrado dos agricu1tores e a cultura da batata é considerada das que melhor respondem à sua utilização. O aumento da disponibilidade de azoto pela mineralização das formas orgânicas é tido como um dos principais efeitos benéficos que os estrumes exercem sobre o desenvolvimento das plantas. Neste estudo avalia-se o contributo de três fertilizantes orgânicos e da ureia para a nutrição azotada das plantas.

  6. THE PHARMACODYNAMICS AND PHARMACOKINETICS OF ORG-9426, A NEW NONDEPOLARIZING NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING-AGENT, IN PATIENTS ANESTHETIZED WITH NITROUS-OXIDE, HALOTHANE AND FENTANYL

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    WIERDA, JMKH; KLEEF, UW; LAMBALK, LM; KLOPPENBURG, WD; AGOSTON, S

    The pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of a new non-depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent, Org 9426, were investigated. Ten patients undergoing elective head and neck surgery and anaesthetized with nitrous oxide, halothane and fentanyl, received a bolus dose of Org 9426 (1 mg.kg-1, 3 x ED90).

  7. A key agonist-induced conformational change in the cannabinoid receptor CB1 is blocked by the allosteric ligand Org 27569.

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    Fay, Jonathan F; Farrens, David L

    2012-09-28

    Allosteric ligands that modulate how G protein-coupled receptors respond to traditional orthosteric drugs are an exciting and rapidly expanding field of pharmacology. An allosteric ligand for the cannabinoid receptor CB1, Org 27569, exhibits an intriguing effect; it increases agonist binding, yet blocks agonist-induced CB1 signaling. Here we explored the mechanism behind this behavior, using a site-directed fluorescence labeling approach. Our results show that Org 27569 blocks conformational changes in CB1 that accompany G protein binding and/or activation, and thus inhibit formation of a fully active CB1 structure. The underlying mechanism behind this behavior is that simultaneous binding of Org 27569 produces a unique agonist-bound conformation, one that may resemble an intermediate structure formed on the pathway to full receptor activation.

  8. Bilimsel Toplantı Duyuruları

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    Full Text Available 18th International Symposium on the Forensic Science Classroom to Courtroom 2-7 April 2006, Esplanade Hotel, Freemantle, western Australia Further information: Dr Clive Cooke, Chair, Organising Committee. International Symposium on Craniofacial Reconstruction 15-16 May 2006, Leuven, Belgium Further information: www.mfo.be and through guy.willems@ med.kuleuven.ac.be. Annual conference of the Association of Forensic Physicians 17-19 May 2006, Stratford, England Further information: Office of the Association of Forensic Physicians, E-mail:admin@afpweb.orq.uk, agdott@doctors.org.uk. International Symposium on Forensic Odontology 17-20 May 2006, Leuven, Belgium Further information: www.mfo.be and through guy.willems@ med.kuleuven.ac.be. Summary of the FBI Laboratory’s Gunshot Residue Symposium 31 May-3 June, 2005 Further information: Diana M. Wright, Forensic Examiner, Chemistry Unit FBI Laboratory Quantico, Virginia http://www.fbi.gov/hq/lab/fsc/current/research/2006_07_re search01.htm The 2006 Techno Security Conference The Eighth Annual International Techno Security Conference Further information: 4-7 June, 2006 Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort 8400 Costa Verde Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 EAFS 2006 4th European Academy of Forensic Science Meeting 14 June 2006, Helsinki, Finland 12:00 PM to 2006-06-16 12:00 PM, EAFS 2006 introduces a new concept of multidisciplinary forensic science meeting. The themes and the first version of the programme will be published at www.EAFS2006.com by February 28th, 2005. Further information: visit http://www.eafs2006.com,contact Name Dr Erkki Sippola, contact E-mail erkki.sippola@ krp.poliisi.fi, Contact Phone +358 9 8388 661. Medical Forensic Management of Adult Sexual Assault 16-18 June 2006, Auckland Further information: Marion Davis Library Building 43, Auckland Hospital, Park Road, Grafton Auckland The 6th Annual Digital Forensic Research Workshop (DFRWS 2006 14-16 August 2006 Further information: Purdue

  9. Towards a New Russia Policy

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    Johnson’s Russia List, February 27, 2006, available at www.cdi.org. On Korea, see C. Kenneth Quinones, “ Dualism in the Bush Administration’s North... Foster -Carter, “Pyongyang Watch: Six-Party Glacier: Did the US Melt?” Asia Times Online, June 28, 2004, www.atimes.com. The author can attest to

  10. 49 CFR 571.5 - Matter incorporated by reference

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  11. Adubação orgânomineral em hortaliças folhosas, frutos e raízes

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    Full Text Available A resposta das plantas olerícolas a adubação é influenciada por vários fatores, espécie cultivada, clima, tipo de solo, fonte de nutrientes utilizada na adubação, entre outros. A adubação apenas com produtos químicos ou sintéticos nem sempre proporciona bons resultados na produção e na qualidade dos frutos, folhas e raízes das hortaliças, havendo casos em que as hortaliças têm decréscimo em sua produção e na qualidade. Na maioria dos casos a aplicação combinada entre fertilizantes minerais e orgânicos promovem maior eficiência, que o uso de qualquer um separadamente. Isso ocorre principalmente devido a ausência de nutrientes essenciais para as plantas, dessa forma podendo ser complementada pelo uso combinado dos fertilizantes de origem orgânica e mineral. A utilização da adubação orgânomineral é uma das alternativas para propiciar maior rendimento das culturas e melhor qualidade da produção.

  12. Atlas Journal of Biology

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    My Abdelmajid Kassem

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    Full Text Available The International American Moroccan Agricultural Sciences Conference (AMAS Conference; www.amas-conference.org is an international conference organized by the High Council of Moroccan American Scholars and Academics (HC-MASA; www.hc-masa.org in collaboration with various universities and research institutes in Morocco. The first edition (AMAS Conference I was organized on March 18-19, 2013 in Rabat, Morocco; AMAS Conference II was organized on October 18-20, 2014 in Marrakech, Morocco; and AMAS III was organized on December 13-16, 2016 in Ouarzazate, Morocco. The current proceedings summarizes abstracts from 62 oral presentations and 100 posters that were presented during AMAS Conference III.

  13. Um estudo exploratório dos fatores relevantes na decisão de compra de produtos orgânicos.

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    Marta Sambiase Lombardi

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    Full Text Available Nos últimos anos, com o consumo crescente de alimentos mais naturais, têm surgido questionamentos sobre a competitividade de produtos orgânicos em relação a outras fontes de alimentos, como os convencionais, transgênicos, ecológicos e outros. Assim, o objetivo deste artigo foi identificar os fatores relevantes na decisão de consumo de alimentos orgânicos. Para tanto foi utilizada uma amostra composta de 138 consumidores do Estado de São Paulo. O tratamento dos dados foi realizado por meio de técnicas da estatística descritiva e multivariada, a análise fatorial. Os resultados evidenciaram cinco principais fatores de competitividade: (a aspectos legais e de certificação; (b ética da empresa; (c preço e comercialização; (d influências políticas; (e questões ambientais. Outro resultado importante foi a identificação da melhora do meio ambiente como o aspecto que mais influencia os consumidores na tomada de decisão de compra de produtos orgânicos. Por fim, este estudo sugere ajustar a demanda de produtos orgânicos, que se mostrou favorável a um consumidor exigente, tornando-os, assim, uma realidade viável e acessível a um mercado crescente.

  14. Calendar

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    JULY 2004 2nd World Congress of the Game Theory Society, Faculty of Luminy, Marseille, France 5-9 July 2004 Europa Organisation (europa@europa-organisation.com), +33 5 34 45 26 45, www.gts2004.org Budapest Workshop on Behavioral Economics, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary 5-10 July 2004 Eva Dotzi (behavecon@ceu.hu), www.iza.org/en/calls_conferences/CallCEU_04.pdf FDA'04. 1st IFAC Workshop on Fractional Differentiation and its Applications, Bordeaux, France 19-20 July 2004 IFAC secretariat (fda04@lap.u-bordeaux1.fr), www.lap.u-bordeaux.fr/fda04/ Bachelier Finance Society Third World Congress, InterContinental Hotel, Chicago, IL, USA 21-24 July 2004 bfs2004@uic.edu, www.uic.edu/orgs/bachelier/ BS/IMS 2004. 6th World Congress of the Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability, Barcelona, Spain 26-31 July 2004 wc2004@pacifico-meetings.com, +34 93 402 13 85, www.imub.ub.es/events/wc2004 AUGUST 2004 Summer School in Econometrics. The Cointegrated VAR Model: Econometric Methodology and Macroeconomic Applications, Institute of Economics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2-22 August 2004 Summerschool@econ.ku.dk, www.econ.ku.dk/summerschool SEPTEMBER 2004 First Bonzenfreies Colloquium on Market Dynamics and Quantitative Economics, Alessandria, Palazzo Borsalino, Italy 9-10 September 2004 colloquium@unipmn.it, www.mfn.unipmn.it/~colloqui/ Risk Analysis 2004. 4th International Conference on Computer Simulation in Risk Analysis and Hazard Mitigation, Aldemar Paradise Royal Mare Hotel, Rhodes, Greece 27-29 September 2004 enquiries@wessex.ac.uk, +44 (0)238 029 3223, www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/2004/risk04/ OCTOBER 2004 IRC Hedge 2004, InterContinental Hotel, London, UK 10, 11 October 2004 enquiries@irc-conferences.com, www.irc-conferences.com/show_conference.php?id=10 NOVEMBER 2004 IRC DICE 2004, InterContinental Hotel, London, UK 22, 23 November 2004 enquiries@irc-conferences.com, www.irc-conferences.com/show_conference.php?id=13 DECEMBER 2004

  15. Efecto de la fertilización orgánica en el cultivo de papa criolla solanum phureja

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    Muñoz, Luis Alfonso; Lucero, Any Mercedes

    2010-01-01

    El presente trabajo consistió en evaluar el rendimiento de S. phureja con la aplicación de fertilizante químico 13-26-6 en dosis de 0, 600, 900 y 1.200 kg ha-1 y abono orgánico en dosis de 0, 800, 1.000 y 1.200 kg ha-1, para lo cual se estableció un ensayo en la vereda Villa Nueva, municipio de Providencia (Nariño, Colombia).Los resultados mostraron que la fertilización conjunta de abono químico 13-26-6 y abono orgánico en dosis de 300-800 kg ha-1 dieron los mayores rendimientos de ...

  16. Impacto de los cultivos orgánicos sobre la diversidad de insectos una revisión de investigaciones recientes

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    Montañez Velásquez, Maria Natalia

    2014-01-01

    Combinando herramientas de la revisión clásica y del metanálisis, se analizaron los resultados de 35 estudios recientes que comparan la diversidad de insectos en cultivos orgánicos y convencionales para determinar si los primeros posibilitan un mejor espacio de conservación para los insectos. La riqueza de especies y su abundancia es significativamente mayor en cultivos orgánicos. Los estudios registraron una alta heterogeneidad tanto para riqueza de especies como para abundancia. Los cultivo...

  17. Commercial Technology at the Tactical Edge

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    Software defined Networking ( SDN ), Autonomic Networking , and Cognitive Radios for Spectrum Sharing. Software defined ...www.opennetworking.org/. 41 Pan, P., “ Software Defined Network ( SDN ) Problem Statement and Use Cases for Data Center Applications,” IETF, 2011, http://tools.ietf.org/id...routinely at the tactical edge in the near future. These include software defined networking , autonomous networks , cognitive

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  19. Effect of wind turbine on TLP flating platform response

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  2. Will Technological Convergence Reverse Globalization (Strategic Forum, Number 297)

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    for counterfeiting high-value products they are contracted to produce. One technique is for the Chinese contractor to build a duplicate factory...www.meatinstitute.org/index. php? ht =d/sp/i/47465/pid/47465>. 66 “Soybean Meal Exports by Country in 1000 MT,” IndexMundi.com, available at <www.indexmundi.com

  3. In vitro and in vivo metabolism of the progestagen Org 30659 in several species

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    Verhoeven, CHJ; Krebbers, SFM; Wagenaars, GN; Bogy, CJ; Groothuis, GMM; Olinga, P; Vos, RME

    The metabolism of Org 30659 [(17 alpha)-17-hydroxy-11-methylene-19-norpregna-4,15-dien-20-yn-3-one], a new potent progestagen currently under clinical development by NV Organon for use in oral contraceptive and hormone replacement therapy, was studied in vivo after oral administration to rats and

  4. Searches for heavy long-lived sleptons and R-hadrons with the ATLAS detector in pp collisions at www.elsevier.com/xml/xocs/dtd" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/ja/dtd" xmlns:ja="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/ja/dtd" xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:tb="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/table/dtd" xmlns:sb="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/struct-bib/dtd" xmlns:ce="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/dtd" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xmlns:cals="http://www.elsevier.com/xml/common/cals/dtd">s=7 TeV

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    A search for long-lived particles is performed using a data sample of 4.7 fb-1 from proton–proton collisions at a centre-of-mass energy √s=7 TeV collected by the ATLAS detector at the LHC. No excess is observed above the estimated background and lower limits, at 95% confidence level, are set on the mass of the long-lived particles in different scenarios, based on their possible interactions in the inner detector, the calorimeters and the muon spectrometer. Long-lived staus in gauge-mediated SUSY-breaking models are excluded up to a mass of 300 GeV for tan β= 5-20. Directly produced long-lived sleptons are excluded up to a mass of 278 GeV. R-hadrons, composites of gluino (stop, sbottom) and light quarks, are excluded up to a mass of 985 GeV (683 GeV, 612 GeV) when using a generic interaction model. Additionally two sets of limits on R-hadrons are obtained that are less sensitive to the interaction model for R-hadrons. One set of limits is obtained using only the inner detector and calorimeter observables, and a second set of limits is obtained based on the inner detector alone.

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    Clean tests of a small admixture of right-handed quark currents directly coupled to the standard W are still lacking. We show that such non-standard couplings can be significantly constrained measuring the value of the scalar Kpi form factor at the Callan-Treiman point to a few percent. A realistic prospect of such a measurement in K^L_{mu3} decay based on an accurate dispersive representation of the scalar form factor is presented. The inadequacy of the currently used linear parametrisation ...

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    Many models of new physics, including versions of supersymmetry (SUSY), predict production of events with low missing transverse energy, electroweak gauge bosons, and many energetic final-state particles. The stealth SUSY model yields this signature while conserving R-parity by means of a new hidden sector in which SUSY is approximately conserved. The results of a general search for new physics, with no requirement on missing transverse energy, in events with two photons and four or more hadronic jets are reported. The study is based on a sample of proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV corresponding to 4.96 inverse femtobarns of integrated luminosity collected with the CMS detector in 2011. Based on good agreement between the data and the standard model expectation, the data are used to determine model-independent cross-section limits and a limit on the squark mass in the framework of stealth SUSY. With this first study of its kind, squark masses less than 1430 GeV are excluded at the 95% confidence level.

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